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INCORPORATED 






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Illustrated Catalogue No. 11 



DECKELMAN BROS 



(INCORPORATED) 






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Barbers' Chairs 
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DECKELMAN BROS., INC., 46-48 Turk St., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



INDEX 



Page 
Absorbent Cotton and Paper 

Toweling 174 

Account Books 183 

Acroline 131 

Alcohol Lamps 89 

Alum 139 

Antiseptilene 135-137 

Applicators for Massage 

Machines 102 

Arm Poles 67 

Army Folding Chair 29 

Astringent Pencils 138 

Atomizers 113 

Back Mirrors 30-58-59 

Barber Poles 67 to 72 

Barber Chairs 5 to 28 

Barbers' Coats 171 to 173 

Barbers' Record Books 183 

Basins 98 

Basin Cleanout 101 

Basin Cocks ..100 

Basin Plugs 98 

Bath and Shampoo 

Implements 98 to 101 

Bath Appliances 98 to 101 

Bath Brushes and Belts 167 

Bath Cap 174 

Bath Chains 98 

Bath Cocks 100 

Bath Room Mats 98 

Bath Room Mirrors 62-63 

Bath Signs 72 

Bath Soap 133 

Bath Sprays 101 

Bath Tubs 98 

Bay Rum 137 

Beauty Culture 183 

Belts 171 

Blacking 176-177 

Boilers 98 

Books 183 

Bootblack Foot Rests 179-180 

Bootblack Stands and 

Settees 75 to 77 

Bottle Mats 91 

Bottles 109 to 111 

Bottle Tubes HI 

Brackets 64 

Brilliantine Bottles Ill 

Brillantine 139 

Brushes, Bath 167 

Brushes, Cloth and Hat 179 

Brushes, Hair 163-164 

Brushes, Lather 161-162 

Brushes, Polishing 178 

Brushes, Shampoo 165 

Camphor Cream 135 

Camphor Ice 135 

Cane Seats 29 

Caps for Porter 181 

Carlton Bib 170 

Cashier's Stand 66 

Cash Drawers 92 

Cash Registers 92 

Cauterizing Pencil 138 

Chain Stays and Chains 98 

Chairs, Barbers' .5 to 28 

Chairs, Children's Hair 

Cutting 73 

Chair Mats 91 

Chairs, Seating 74 

Chamois Skins 167 

Check Racks and Checks. .90-91 

Chiropody 153 and 154 

Clipper Oil and Oilers 169 

Clipper Parts 145 

Clippers 144 

Cloth Brushes 179 

Coats for Barbers 171 to 173 

Cocks, Shampoo and Basin. . 60 

Cocoa Butter 134 

Coin Mat 91 

Cold Cream 134 

Cold Water Tanks 98 

Cologne 136 

Cologne Water 136 

Comb Cleaner 160 

Combination Cases 30 to 60 

Combs 158 to 160 

Compressed Alum 138 

Copper Boilers 93 

Cosmetics 139 

Costumers 84 to 87 

Cotton Strips 170 

Crash Toweling 174 

Creams — Apollo, Creme, 

Snow. Etc 127-134-135 



Page 

Crimpers 169 

Cups. Shaving 113 to 120 

Cups for Manicurists 157 

Cups for Massage 102 

Curling Irons and Heaters 

for same 169 

Cuspidors 182 

Cuspidor Mat 91 

Dandruff Cure 131 

Daubers 178 

Decorated Bottles 109 to 111 

Decorated Mugs 113 to 120 

Dressing Cases 60-61 

Dusters for Barbers 166 

Dyes 139 

Electrical Massage 

Machines 102 and 103 

Electric Hair Dryers 104-105 

Electric Signs 69 

Electrotypes for 

Advertising 183 

Enameled Steel Signs 72 

Eye Shields and Protectors. .170 

Face Creams 127-134-135 

Face Lotions 125-126-137 

Feather Dusters 178 

Finger Cots 138 

Floor Cleaners 181 

Folding Barbers' Chairs 29 

Fuller's Basin Cocks 100 

Furniture Polish 177 

Gasoline Lamps 88-89 

Glasses, Magnifying 112 

Glass Shelves 101 

Glass Shelf Mug Case 79 

Globes for Poles 67 to 70 

Grinding — Razors and Shears, 
Price List 143 

Hair Brushes 163 to 165 

Hair Clippers 144 

Hair Cloths 173 

Hair Crimpers 170 

Hair Dryers 104-105 

Hair Dye 139 

Hair Goods 184 

Hair Oil 137 

Hair Pomades 139 

Hair Tonics 128 to 131 

Hamper 182 

Hand Mirrors 112 

Hand Scrubs 165 

Hat and Coat Racks 84 to 87 

Hat Brushes 179 

Hat Hooks 84-85 

Headrest-Roll Paper 90 

Head Rub 129 

Heaters for Curling Irons... 169 

Heaters for Water 99 

Hones 152 

Hooks for Hats and Coats. 84-85 

Hose, Rubber 100 

Hotel Lobby Pole 67 

Hot Water Tanks 99 

Hot Water Urns 93 

Humidors 97 

Hydraulic Oil 73 

Imported Glassware 106 to 110 

Index Hand 72 

Iron Barber Poles 67 to 70 

Iron Barber Chairs 5 to 13 

Japanese Shampoo Comb 160 

Jardinieres 106 to 110 

Kobarco Shampoo 132 

Lamps 88-89 

Lather Brushes 161 and 162 

Lavatories 80 to 83 

Lighting Systems 88 

Lilac Dew 137 

Lilac Toilet Water 136 

Lilac Vegetal 136 

Linoleums 91 

Liquid Shampoo 126-132 

Liquid Soap and Dispenser. .111 



Page 
Magnifying Glasses and 

Mirrors 112 

Manicure Attachments 157 

Manicure Enamels and 

Lotions 155 

Manicure Instruments. ...153-154 

Manicure Preparations 155 

Manicure Tables 156 

Mantles 89 

Marble Lavatories 80 

Massage Cream 134 

Massage Cups and Bulbs 102 

Massageine 134 

Massage Machines ..102-103-105 
Massage Roller and Bulbs... 103 

Mats, Chair and Coin 91 

May wood Heater 99 

Military Brushes 165 

Mirror Cases 30 to 60 

Mirrors 61 to 63 

Mirrors, Hand 112 

Mole Cure 138 

Mop Holder 181 

Mop Wringer and Bucket 181 

Mud Brush 178 

Mug Cases 78-79 

Mug Cushion, Rubber 91 

Mugs 113 to 120 

Mustache Trainers 169 

Mustache Wax 139 

Nail Buffs and Files 154 

Nail Nippers 154 

Nail Scrub 165 

Neck Bibs 170 

Neck Dusters 166 

Oil for Clippers 169 

Oil, Hydraulic 73 

Oversleeves 174 

Paper Holders 106-110 

Paste for Shoes 176-177 

Paste, .Shampoo 132 

Pedestals for Bootblacks. 179-180 

Perfume 136 

Pimple Cure 134 

Plushes 73 

Poles 67 to 72 

Polishers 178 

Polishes 176-177 

Pomades 139 

Porcelain Enamel 

Lavatories 80 to 83 

Portable Massage Machines. .103 

Portable Washstands 80 

Portable Workstands 65 

Pottery 106 to 110 

Powder Pads and Puffs 167 

Powders, Talcum 127-138 

Pumice Stone for Hone 

Cleaning 161 

Razor Bolt 143 

Razor Cases 168 

Razor Cleaner 143 

Razor Handles .143 

Razor Hones 152 

Razor Pockets 168 

Razors 140 

Razor Strops 147 to 150 

Razor Strop Holders 151 

Razor Strop Dressing 151 

Record Books 183 

Revolving Poles 69 and 72 

Rotary Hair Brush 166 

Rubber Mats 91 

Rubber Mug Cushion 91 

Rubber Sponges 167 

Rubber Stoppers 98 

Russia Strops 147 to 150 

Sanitary Headrest 

Attachments 90 

Scissors 140 

Seafoam 137 

Seats for Bath Tub 101 

Seats, Cane, for Barber 

Chairs 29 

Settees 75 

Shampoo Appliances . 100 and 101 

Shampoo Brushes 165 

Shampoo Cloths 173 

Shampoo Cocks 100 

Shampoo Combs 160 

Shampoo Hose 100 



Pag* 
Shampoo Liquor and 

Pastes 126-132 

Shampoo Spray 101 

Shaving Mug Price 

List 121 to 124 

Shaving Mugs 113 to 120 

Shaving Paper 90 

Shaving Paper Holder 90 

Shaving Paper Urns . .106 to 110 

Shaving Soap 133 

Shear Pads 169 

Shears 140 

Shear Sharpeners 169 

Shoe Laces 177 

Shoe-Shining Brackets. .179-180 

Shoe-Shining Settees 77 

Shoe-Shining Stands. . ..76 to 77 

Shoe Polishes 176-177 

Showers 100 

Side Attachments for 

Manicurists 167 

Signs 72 

Silver-plated Mugs, Etc 113 

Singeing Tapers 169 

Sleevelets 174 

Soap 133 

Soaps, Shaving 133 

Soaps, Shampoo 133 

Spittoons 182 

Sponges 167 

Spraying Apparatus 101 

Springs, Clipper 146 

Sprinklers, Shampoo 100 

Stand Bottles 109 to 111 

Stands 64-66 

Steel Barber Poles 67 to 70 

Steel Signs 72 

Sterilizers 94 to 97 

Stones 161 

Stools, Shampoo and 

Bootblack 74-180 

Stoppers for Bottles Ill 

Stoves, Gas, Alcohol and Oil. 93 

Strop Dressing 161 

Strop Holders 161 

Strops for Razors 147 to 150 

Styptics 138 

Summer Seats for Barber 

Chairs 21 

Talcum Powder 127 and 138 

Talcum Sifters Ill 

Tanks 18 

Terms S 

The Liquid Headrest 128 

Toilet Preparations 137 

Toilet Soap 133 

Toilet Waters 125-126-136 

Tonic for the Hair 128 to 131 

Tonique de Luxe 128 

Tool Bags 168 

Tool Cases 168 

Toupees 184 

Towel Bars 101 

Towel Holders 101 

Towels 174-176 

Towel Urns 106 to 110 

Traveling Bags 168 

Traveling Cases for 

Barbers 168 

Trousers for Barbers 172 

Tubs, Bath 98 

Tweezers 164 

Vases for Shaving 

Paper 106 to 110 

Vegetals 136 

Vests 171-172 

Vibratory Massage... 102-103-106 
Violet Ray Machines 106 

Wage Computer 183 

Wall Brackets «* 

Wall Cases 30 to 60 

Washstands 80 to 83 

Waste Baskets 182 

Water Heaters 99 

Whisk Brooms 178 

White Enameled Barbers' 

Chairs 5 to 13 

Wigs 184 

Window Cleaners 181 

Window Signs 72 

Wisps 178 

Witch Hazel 137 

Wood Mat 198 

Work Stands 66 



DECKELMAN BROS.. INC.. 46-48 Turk St.. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 



HOW TO ORDER-Terms. 

ww Ki I Cs I L/U K KJt\LJL.l\J as f H 0W s, [o insure promptness and to avoid mistakes. Write plainly your Name, 
Town or City. County and State. State if goods are to be forwarded by Express, Parcel Post or Freight Bring the items 
of your order together in your letter or on the order sheet we supply for the purpose, giving each article a separate line. 

State just what you want, giving name, number, size and price of each article. Do not cut illustrations from 
this book; you may want to see them later, and accuracy can be secured by giving name, number, size and price of th« 
article without sending illustrations of them to us, for we have duplicates. 

rAKi^tLL, rKjJM — Parcels weighing four ounces or less are mailable at the rate of one cent for each ounce or fraction 
of an ounce, regardless of distance. Parcels weighing more than four ounces up to fifty pounds are mailable at the pound 
rates applying to the zone in which you reside; a fraction of a pound being considered a full pound. 

Packages sent by parcel post are only safe when insured. When you order goods sent by parcel post, remit the full 
price of same, including the necessary postage at your zone rate, and add fee for insuring if you wish us to do so. 

vJ*-."«J»J ww AKLt, Liquids, Poisons, Dyes, Pastes, etc.. should always go by express to insure safe arrival. 

rAKCLL rUol INSU KAIMLL RAJ LS — iy ic ^H i nsure against loss on any parcel of any valua 
up to $10.00; 5c from $1 1.00 to $25.00; 7'/ 2 c from $26.00 to $37.50; 10c from $38.50 to $50.00. If you with 
package insured, say so on your order and include the price according to the valuation of the goods ordered. 



EXPRESS. 



-If you order goods to go by Express C. O. D., send enough money to cover Express charges coming and 



going, for we would have to pay them if for any reason you were unable to accept goods after they were shipped. 
Orders for goods by Express amounting to less than $3.00 should be accompanied by full amount of cash. 

ON C. 0. D. ORDERS AMOUNTING TO $3.00 OR MORE KSJES 

Express charges on furniture or heavy boxes are high, and such goods should always be ordered by freight unleu 
urgency justifies heavy charges, in which case parties should accompany their order with a remittance in full or sufficient 
to fully cover Express charges both ways. 



FREIGHT. 



-If goods weigh fifty pounds or more, it is usually cheaper to forward them by freight. We use our beat 



judgment in routing shipments unless parties instruct how to ship. 

We deliver all goods F. O. B. cars St. Louis, and make no charge for boxing or cartage. 

Our packing is done by experienced men, and every shipment should reach destination in good order. 

jAtC, L/C,L,lV C,KY LmU AKAIS 1 L,t,Lt — We will replace any goods broken or lost in transit, provided 
you furnish us with the freight or express bill with breakage or shortage noted thereon by the railroad or express company's 
agent in your city. 

Safe delivery by Parcel Post will not be guaranteed unless same is insured. Cost for insuring — (see Parcel Potl 
Insurance Rates above). 

** U M\l\ 1 1 U K.tL — When ordering Chairs or Furniture always state what kind of wood is wanted, and how it is to be 
finished; also inform us color of plush or leather that you desire used in upholstering. We recommend Dark Green or Black 
Leather as being the most serviceable and less likely to fade. Maroon or Tan cannot be guaranteed to hold their color. 

The Furniture we carry in stock ready for shipment is made of Quarter-sawn White Oak, golden finish. We can 
furnish it made of other woods and with different finishes when desired, and will be pleased to quote prices on application. 

I tLIylVIj — Parties who are not known to us should accompany their orders with sufficient cash to insure acceptance of their 
goods when shipped. This is especially required if Decorated Shaving Mugs are ordered, for Mugs with names on them 
are of no value to us if returned. 

Remittances should be made by Registered Letter, Post Office Money Order, Express Money Order or Bank Draft 
made payable to us. Postage Stamps will be accepted for orders under $1.00. Do not send personal checks, as th« 
banks are making heavy charges for handling them. 

Discounts (see also above under Express) are only for cash. On Outfits we quote special prices for cash. 

When ordering Chairs or Furniture, a deposit of at least one-fourth the amount should accompany order. 

On all articles made to order we require part payment before work is commenced. 

The prices for Decorated Shaving Mugs are for designs as represented. If changes are ordered, extra charges will 
have to be made. 

Installment Plan. We will sell Chairs and Furniture on the installment plan. Write for particulars. 

■AC/CTVC/Vy L,EL)\j[wlEN 1 «J _We acknowledge the receipt of every order by postal card or letter; hence, if you do 
not hear from us within a reasonable time, write again. Your first letter may have been lost in the mail. 
This Catalog supersedes all previous issues. 



135,000 KOKEN CHAIRS 

BOUGHT BY BARBERS 
WHY? 

BECAUSE OF THEIR— 




Simplicity 

of 

Meckanism 

Strengm 

of 

Construction 





Exactness 

of 
Workmanskip 

Precision 

of 

Action 

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THE KOKEN HYDRAULIC MECHANISM 



^TE SIMPLICITY OF Means a mechanism With me 
^H. MECHANISM ^ mlest Possible parts to wear, 
consistent Wifh highest efficien- 
cy', mus insuring longer life, smoother action and a simple 
mechanism to understand, take care of and operate. A sim- 
ple design demands nothing more than the necessities for me 
performance of its various functions perfectly. The KOKEN 
MECHANISM is as near perfection in this respect as it is 
possible to make it. 

^TB STRENGTH OF Means a mechanism of 

WL CONSTRUCTION- correct desi 6 n - ^ P ro p er 

selection and proportioning 
of materials to give strength to the various parts where needed, 
■without indiscriminate addition of unnecessary) Weight. Special 
iron of best quality is better for some purposes than steel, 
whereas malleable iron, steel and brass lend strength in other 
directions. The proper selection and proportioning of mater- 
ials is found in the KOKEN MECHANISM. 



^Tg EXACTNESS OF Means a mechanism with 
\K WORKMANSHIP snug-string bearings, insuring 

its operating smoothly 1 and 
being positive in its action. It also means careful attention 
to the detail of construction, a strict adherence to design by* 
skilled mechanics, together with the careful use of proper 
tools, giving that nicety of action that care in this direction 
alone can contribute toward a perfect working mechanism, 

such as the KOKEN MECHANISM is. 

^TE PRECISION OF Means the resultant from sim- 
^UI ACTION plicitp of design, strength of 

construction, exactness of work- 
manship and spells efficiency). This is possible only by reason 
of the accuracy with Which a simple design is fitted together 
and the perfect co-relation of its various functions. These 
axioms are embodied in the KOKEN MECHANISM, 
making its action a precise, positive and extremely" easy) opera- 
tion, all lost motion being eliminated. 



PAGE 4 




NGRES 
CHAIRS 











WORLDS 
BEST 




NUMBER 

525 






CONGRESS HYDRAULIC CHAIR 



Revolving and flee lining 
Raising and Lowering 

Iron Porcelain Enameled 








PATENTED OCTOBER 22. 1B95; DECEMBER 3, 1901; MARCH 1, 1910: APRIL 12, 1910: MAY 17. 1910; DECEMBER G, 19tO; SEPTEMBER 24, 1912; 

MAY 26. 1914; DESIGN PATENTED APRIL 13, J91S 

The Barber Chair Par Excellence. — The rickness and massiveness of its design, tke exceeding gracefulness of its lines, 
make it an unusually substantial and attractive pattern. NOTE — Tke frame of tke back is made of iron, porcelain 
enameled, an entirely new feature in Darker ckair construction^— first introduced by us— as is also fk.e pedestal base, 
which is made in one piece. The seat frame, hand lever and front ends of arms are also made of iron, porcelain- 
enameled. The step, foot-rest plates and outer rim of base, also the strip around the back, are solid German silver, 
polished. All other exposed metal parts are heavily nickel-plated. It is fitted with our latest patented improvements, 
including sanitary paper-holding, spring-cuskion kead-rest. (Beware of imitations and infringements.) 

Price, as shown, upkolstered wi'ck best grain leatker, any color $150.00 

Price, with full length porcelain arms 150.00 

Price, with marble or heavy white glass arras on porcelain-enameled blocks, extra- • - • 5.00 
Price, mahogany summer seat with open cane weaving, extra 10.50 

(photographic reproduction) 



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NUMBIR 

SOS 



CONGPL55 HYDRAULIC ChAlP 



&ono/omA and Roc/inm^ 
Raising oh~d looioet'in^ 

Iron Porcelain Lnamelld 




PATENTED OCTOBER 22. 1895; DECEMBER 3. 1901; MARCH 1, 1910; APRIL 12, 1910: MAY 17. 1910; DECEMBER 6. 1910. SEPTEMBER 24, 1912 

MAY 26, 1914. DESIGN PATENTED MAY 13. 1913 

A high type of 4ie chair-maker's art. Man$ leading hotels nave purchased them. Unusual in its st^le of 
construction, attractive in its design. KIOTE — Hlie frame of the back is made of iron, porcelain enameled, an entirely 
new 1 feature in barber chair construction — -first introduced h$ us — as is also me pedestal base, which is made in one 
piece. Trie seat frame, me hand lever and the arms are also made of iron, porcelain enameled. Tne step, me 
foot-rest plates, me outer rim of base and me strip around me back are solid German silver, polished. All outer 
exposed metal parts are heavily nickel plated. It is ftted with our latest patented improvements, including our patented 
sanitar^, paper-holding, spring-cushion head rest. (Beware of imitations and infringements.) 

Price, as shown, upholstered with best grain leather, an;9 color, with heavy white 

glass arms on porcelain enameled blocks $140.00 

Price, with upholstered arms with porcelain enameled front ends 135.00 

Price, mahogany summer seat with open cane weaving, extra 10.50 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBER 

§10 



CONGRL55 HYDRAULIC CHAIP 



Reoo/oinA and fceclmin^ 
Raising and Lowering 

Iron Porcllain Lnamlled 




PATENTED OCTOBER 22. 1895; DECEMBER 3, 1901; MARCH 1, 1910; APRIL 12: 1910: MAY 17. 1910; DECEMBER 6. 19IO; SEPTEMBER 24, 1912 

MAY 26. 1914. DESIGN PATENTED MAY 13. 1913 

This pattern presents that plain, rick, substantial appearance mat is greatly admired and has made it very) 
popular. NOTE — 'That file frame of the hack is made of iron, porcelain enameled, a new feature in barber chair construc- 
tion — first introduced by us. The pedestal base, made in one piece, the seat frame and the arms are also made of iron, 
porcelain enameled. The step, foot-rest plates and outer rim of base are solid cast brass, polished. All other exposed 
metal parts are heavily nickel plated. It is fitted with our latest patented improvements, including our patented sanitary, 
paper-holding, spring-cushion head rest. (Beware of imitations and infringements.) 

Price, as shown, upholstered with best grain leather, any" color, with heavy" white 

glass arms on porcelain enameled blocks $130.00 

Price, with upholstered arms with porcelain enameled front ends 125.00 

Price, mahogany summer seat with open cane weaving, extra 10.50 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBIR 

§01 

CONGRE55 HYDRAULIC ChAlP 



feeoo/oinA and Reclining 

Iron Porcelain Cnamelld 




PATENTED OCTOBER 22, 1895, DECEMBER 3, 1901: MARCH I, 1910: APRIL 12. 1910. MAY 17. 1910: DECEMBER 6. 1910: SEPTEMBER 24. 1912 

DESIGN PATENTED MAY 16. 1911 

The Octagon design. A rich and attractive porcelain enameled barber chair. It is unique in its appearance, and 
is so constructed as to be exceptionally strong and durable. The pedestal base, made in one piece, the seat frame and 
hand-holds are made of iron, porcelain enameled. The step, the foot-rest plates and the outer rim of base are solid cast 
brass, polished. All other exposed metal parts are heavily nickel plated. It is fitted with all our patented improvements, 
including our patented sanitary, paper-holding, spring cushion head rest. ("Beware of imitations and infringements.) 

Price, as shown, upholstered with best grain leather, any) color $115.00 

Price, with marble or heavy* white glass arms on porcelain enameled blocks 120.00 

Price, mahogany) summer seat with open cane weaving, extra 10.50 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBER 

22S 



CONGBE55 HYDRAULIC CHAIR 



feeoo/oinA and Reclining 

Iron Porcelain Enameled 




PATENTED OCTOBER 22. 1895: DECEMBER 3. 190); APRIL 12. 1910: MAY 17; 1910; SEPTEMBER 24. 1912 
DESIGN PATENTED MAY 3. 1910 

A neat, attractive and ver$ popular pattern; often approached out never paralleled. Strong and durable. The 
seat frame, pedestal drum and plate and hand-holds are made of iron, porcelain enameled. The spider which supports 
the seat frame, and the side tars -which support me apron and footboard, are made of malleable iron. ^The step, the 
foot-rest plates and the outer rim of base are solid cast brass, polished. All other exposed metal parts are heavily nickel 
plated. It is -fitted -with our latest patented improvements, including push pin plate for head rest. (Beware of imita- 
tions and infringements.} 

Price, as shown, upholstered with best grain leather, qt\$ color $100.00 

Price, with marble or heavy white glass arms, on mahogany or nickel plated metal blocks . 105.00 

Price, mahogany summer seat, with open cane weaving, extra 10.50 

Price, with our patented sanitar?, paper-holding, spring-cushion head rest, extra .... 5.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBIR 

210 



CONGPL55 HYDRAULIC CHAIP 

feenofoinA and Rectmin^ 
feattStnQand hoioetin^ 

Ipon Porcelain Cnamelld 
stationary arm5 • stationary slat 




PATENTED OCTOBER 22. 1895: DECEMBER 3. 1901. FEBRUARY 2. 1909, APRIL 12. 1910: MARCH 21, 1911, SEPTEMBER 2d. 1912 

CANADIAN PATENT NO, 92320 

A beautiful ckair, very attractive in its modeling and design. The seat frame, pedestal drum and plate are 
made of iron, porcelain enameled. It is fitted with our latest patented improvements, including push pin plate for head 
rest. 'Trte step, the foot-rest plates and the outer rim of base are solid cast brass, polished. All omer exposed metal 
parts are heavily nickel plated. (Beware of imitations and infringements.) 

Price, as shown, upholstered With close woven cane or with best grain leather, any 

color, with heavy white glass arms, on nickel plated metal blocks $105.00 

Price, with upholstered arms, porcelain enameled front ends 100.00 

Price, mahogan>> summer seat, with open cane weaving, extra 10.50 

Price, with our patented sanitary), paper-holding, spring cushion head rest, extra 5.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBER 

560 



CONGRL55 HYDRAULIC CHAIR 



feeoo/omA and Qee/min^ 
RaisinQand Joowet'in^ 

Iron Porcelain Enameled 




PATENTED OCTOBER 22. 1895; DECEMBER 3. 1901; APRIL 12. 1910; MAY 17. 1910; SEPTEMBER 24. 1912 
DESIGN PATENTED OCTOBER 3, 1911 

'The seat frame, pedestal drum, base plate and hand-holds are made of iron, porcelain enameled. The spider 
which supports me seat frame and the side oars that support the apron and footboard are made of malleable iron. The 
step, the foot-rest plates, the outer rim of base and all other exposed metal parts are heavily nickel plated. It carries the 
regular slat head rest and is fitted with our latest patented improvements. (Beware of imitations and infringements.) 

Price, as shown, upholstered with grain leather, an^ color, or with close woven cane- .$90.00 

Price, with, full length porcelain enameled arms 90.00 

Price, with marble or white glass arms mounted on mahogan^ or nickel plated metal blocks 95.00 
Price, with our patented sanitarp, paper-holding, spring-cushion head rest and push pin 

plate, extra 5.00 

Price, oak summer seat with open cane weaving, extra 9.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUHBI R 
5§§ 



CONGRL55 HYDRAULIC CHAIR 



feeoo/otnA and Roc/inin£ 
featJ/nQand Aoiocrin^ 

Iron Porcelain Enameled 




PATENTED OCTOBER 22. 1895; DECEMBER 3. 1901; APRIL 12. 1910; MAY 17. 1910; SEPTEMBER 24. I9T2 

Tne seat frame, pedestal drum, base plate and arms are made of iron, porcelain enameled. The spider 
which supports the seat frame is made of malleable iron. 'The step, foot-rest plates, outer rim and all other exposed 
metal parts are nickel plated. It carries a regular slat head rest. (Beware of imitations and infringements.) 

Price, as shown, upholstered with grain leather, an)) color, or with close woven cane- .$80.00 

Price, with upholstered arms with porcelain enameled front ends 80.00 

Price, with marble or white glass arms mounted on mahogany) or nickel plated metal 

blocks 85.00 

Price, oak summer seat with open cane weaving, extra 9.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBtR 

175 



CONGRL55 HYDRAULIC CHAIR 



feeoo/o/'nA and Reclining 
feai<siriQand Joowertn^ 

STATIONARY ARMS 




PATENTED OCTOBER 22. 1895: DECEMBER 3. 1901: APRIL 12. 1910; MARCH 21. 1911; SEPTEMBER 24. 1912 

CANADIAN PATENT NO. 92320 

<The frame is made of richly -figured quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. The base plate, pedestal drum 
and hand levers are made of iron, porcelain enameled. The step, heel and foot-rest plates and the outer rim of base 
are solid cast brass, polished. All other metal trimmings are nickel plated. Fitted with our patented swing seat move- 
ment and our sanitar^, paper-holding, spring cushion head rest and push pin plate. (Beware of imitations and infringe- 
ments.) 

Price, in oak, upholstered with best grain leather, an}) color $110.00 

Price, in mahogan>> or other fancj) cabinet woods, extra 15.00 

Price, oak summer seat, wim open cane leaving, extra 9.00 

Price, mahogany) summer seat, wifh open cane weaving, extra 11.00 

PROTOGRAPH1C REPRODUCTION 



155 



CONGPE55 HYDPAULIC CHAIP 



feooo/otnA and Roelinin 
.STATIONARY ARM 5 



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PATENTED OCTOBER 22. 1895 DECEMBER 3. 1901; APRIL 12. 1910; MARCH 21. 1911. 
CANADIAN PATENT, NO. 92320 
« 

'livis ckair is made of richly figured quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. Fitted with our patented wood- 
overlaid base ana swing seat movement. The step, heel and foot-rest plates and outer rim of base are solid cast brass, 
polished. All other metal trimmings are nickel plated. (Beware of imitations and infringements.) 

Price, in oak, upholstered with best grain leather, an}) color $110.00 

Price, in mahogany or other fancj) cabinet woods, extra 15.00 

Price, oak summer seat, with open cane weaving, extra 9.00 

Price, mahogan^ summer seat, with open cane weaving, extra 11.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBER 

222 



CONGRL55 HYDRAULIC CHAIR 



feeoo/oinA and &ec/mm^ 




PATENTED OCTOBER 22. 1895; DECEMBER 3. 190I: APRIL 12. 1910 



This beautiful chair still kolds its place as one of me popular patterns. The seat frame is made of me finest 
selected quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. 'The base plate and pedestal drum are made of iron, porcelain 
enameled. The outer edge of base is protected by* a heavy* cast brass rim, polished. The metal step, foot rest plates 
and all other metal trimmings are nickel plated. (Beware of imitations and infringements.) 

Price, iri oak, upholstered with best grain leather, any 1 color, or close-woven cane .... $82.50 

Price, in mahogany or other fane? cabinet woods, extra 10.00 

Price, oak summer seat, with open cane weaving, extra 9.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBI R 

166 



CONGPE55 HYDRAULIC CHAIR 



feeoo/oinA and Reclining 
Ratting and AoinpfVn^ 








PATENTED OCTOBER 22. 1895: DECEMBER 3. 1901: APRIL 12. 1910 

Made of choice quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. Fitted with our patented wood-overlaid base. The 
metal step, foot-rest plates, outer rim of base and all other metal trimmings have our superior nickel plating. 
(Beware of imitations and infringements.) 

Price, in oak, upholstered with leather, an>) color, or close-woven cane $72.50 

Price, in mahoganj? or other fancp cabinet woods, extra 10.00 

Price, oak summer seat, vJith open cane weaving, extra 9.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBER 

174 



CONGRL5S HYDRAULIC CHAIR 



'eel inin$ 



feeoo/vinA and Reeln , 
STATIONARY ARM5 




PATENTED OCTOBER 22, 1B95: DECEMBER 3, 1901; APRIL 12. 1910; MARCH 21. 1911 
CANADIAN PATENT, NO. 92320 

'The seat frame is made of choice quarter-sawn w'hite oak, golden finish. Makes up elegantly in mahogany?. 
The base plate and pedestal drum are made of iron, porcelain enameled. Fitted w>ith our patented swing seat 
movement. Trie outer rim of base is solid cast brass, polished. 'The metal step, foot-rest plates and all other metal 
trimmings have our superior nickel plating. (Beware of imitations and infringements.) 

Price, in oak, upholstered with leather, any color, or close-woven cane .$72.50 

Price, in mahogany) or other fancjJ cabinet woods, extra 10.00 

Price, oak summer seat, with open cane weaving, extra 5.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBIR 

1(35 



CONGRE55 HYDRAULIC CHAIR 



feeoo/oinA arid /Qec///?//^ 
feaitSiriQond JooiDofin^ 

STATIONARY ARMS 




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PATENTED OCTOBER 22, 189S. DECEMBER 3. 1901: APRIL 12. 1910; MARCH 21. 1911 
CANADIAN PATENT. NO. 92320 

Made of choice quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. Fitted with our patented wood-overlaid base and 
swing seat movement. The outer rim of hase is solid cast brass, polished. 'The metal step and foot-rest plates are 
finished in Berlin lacquer. All other metal trimmings are handsomely nickel plated. (Beware of Imitations and 
infringements.) 

Price, in oak, upholstered with, leather, an;? color, or close-woven cane $67.50 

Price, mahogany or other fancr? cabinet woods, extra 10.00 

Price, oak summer seat, with open cane weaving, extra 5.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBtR 

172 



CONGRLS5 HYDRAULIC CHAIP 



feeoo/vmA and Reclining 
feaisinQand A>oweftn£ 




PATENTED OCTOBER 22. 1895; DECEMBER 3. 1901; APR4L 12. 1910 

The seat frame is made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. 'The base plate and pedestal drum are 
made of iron, porcelain enameled. The metal step and foot-rest plates are finished in Berlin lacquer. All other 
metal trimmings, including outer rim of base, are nickel plated. (Beware of imitations and infringements.) 

Price, in oak, upholstered with leather, any color, or close-woven cane $67.50 

Price, in mahogany 1 or other fancy 1 cabinet woods, extra 10.00 

Price, oak summer seat, with open cane weaving, extra 5.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBtR 

167 



CONGRE55 HYDRAULIC ChAlP 



feeno/oinA and Roe/mm^ 
featdinQond £>ou>orin$ 




PATENTED OCTOBER 22. 1895: DECEMBER 3. 1901; APRIL 12. 1910. MARCH 21. 1911 
CANADIAN PATENT No. 92320 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finisK. Fitted with our patented wood-overlaid base and swing seat 
movement. The metal step and foot-rest plates are finished in Berlin lacquer. The outer rim of base and all other 
metal trimmings are nickel plated. (Beware of imitations and infringements.) 

Price, in oak, upholstered with leather, any color or close woven cane $65.00 

Price, in mahogany 1 or other fancy cabinet woods, extra 10.00 

Price, oak summer seat, with open cane weaving, extra 5.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBER 

146 



CONGRL55 HYDRAULIC CHAIP 



feeoo/oinA and Reclining 
Raiding and Lowering 







PATENTED OCTOBER 22. 1895: DECEMBER 3. 1901: APRIL 12, 1910 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. Fitted with our patented wood-overlaid base. The metal 
step and foot-rest plates are finished in Berlin lacquer. The outer rim of the base and all other metal trimmings are 
nickel plated. (Beware of imitations and infringements.) 

Price, in oak, upholstered with leather, anj> color, or close-woven cane $62.50 

Price, in mahogany) or other fancp cabinet woods, extra 10.00 

Price, oak summer seat, with open cane weaving, extra 5.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBIR 

147 



CONGRE55 HYDRAULIC CHAIP 



feeootomA and Reclining 
fea i<s inland Lowering 




PATENTED OCTOBER 22. 1895: DECEMBER 3, 1901; APRIL 12,1910 

Made of quarter-sawn wnite oak, golden finish. Fitted with our patented wood-overlaid base. ^The metal 
step, foot-rest plates and tke outer rim of base are finished in Berlin lacquer; all otker metal trimmings are nickel 
plated. (Beware of imitations and infringements.) 

Price, in oak, upholstered witk leather, anp color, or close-woven cane $57.50 

Price, in mahoganj) or other fancrp cabinet woods, extra 10.00 

Price, oak summer seat with open cane weaving, extra 5.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBER 

149 



CONGRL55 HYDRAULIC CHAIR 

feeDo/oinA and &ee/min£ 




PATENTED OCTOBER 22. 1B95: APRIL 12. 1910 

A desirable ckair for •warm climates. Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. Fitted with our 
celebrated hydraulic mechanism. TTne ventilator castings for back and the shoes are solid cast brass, polished. The 
metal step and foot-rest plates are fi nished in Berlin lacquer; all other metal trimmings are nickel plated. 

Catalog showing several other patterns of cane seat and back chairs will be sent on application. 

Price, in oak, with open cane seat, back and apron, as shown $52.50 

Price, in oak, completely upholstered with leather, any" color, or close-woven cane, 

instead of open cane 52.50 

Price, in mahogany* or other fancy* cabinet woods, extra 10.00 

Price, oak summer seat with open cane for upholstered chair, extra 5.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBtR 

415 



C0NCRE5S PEDESTAL ONE LEVER CHAIR 

feeoo/otn^ and Reclining 

Iron Porcelain Cnamllld 




PATENTED OCTOBER 30. 1 900: DECEMBER 3. 1901; APRIL 12. 1910 

The seat frame, the base, which is all in one piece, and the handholds are made of iron, porcelain enameled. 
'The step, foot-rest plate, the outer rim of tase and all other exposed metal parts are nickel plated. It carries a metal 
slat head-rest. 

Price, upholstered with extra quality reinforced leather, dark green or black (vJill 

outwear genuine leather and looks better) $60.00 

Price, upholstered with genuine leather or close woven cane 62.50 

Price, with hydraulic mechanism, instead of one lever, extra 5.00 

Price, oak summer seat with open cane weaving, extra 5.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBER 

170 



CONGRESS PEDESTAL ONE LEVER CHAIR 



feeoo/oin^ and f^Qc/inin^ 




PATENTED OCTOBER 30. 1900; DECEMBER 3, 1901; APRIL 12, 1910 



Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. Fitted with our patented wood-overlaid hase. The metal 
step and foot-rest plates and the outer rim of base are finished in Berlin lacquer; all other metal trimmings are nickel 
plated. We apply 1 our improved one-lever mechanism for revolving and reclining; it is positive and powerful, easily 
handled and satisfactory in every way. 

Price, upholstered with leather, any color, or close-woven cane $50.00 

Price, oak summer seat with open cane weaving, extra 5.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBtR 

405 



CONCRE55 PEDE5TAL ONE LEVER CHAIR 



jQeoo/o/n^ and Rec/inin£ 
IRON BASE 




PATENTED OCTOBER 30. 1900; DECEMBER 3, 1901; APRIL 12, 1910 

The seat frame is made of quarter-sawn white oak, me base, all in one piece, is made of iron, Bauer-Barff finish. 
'The metal step, foot- rest plates and metal parts that support them are also finished Bauer-Barff; all other metal trimmings 
are nickel plated. This chair is fitted with our improved one-lever mechanism, which is positive and powerful and by 
which the chair can be easily adjusted to any" reclining or revolving position. 

Price, upholstered with extra quality) reinforced leather, dark green or black (will 

outwear genuine leather and looks better) $37.00 

Price, upholstered with genuine leather, any) color, or close-woven cane 40.00 

Price, upholstered arms with porcelain enameled front ends, extra 2.50 

Price, with white porcelain enameled base, nickel plated outer rim, upholstered arms, 

with porcelain enameled front ends, genuine leather or close-woven cane .... 50.00 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION 



NUMBER 

152 



CONGRESS ONE LEVER CHAIR 



jQeoo/oin^ and Qec/inin^ 




PATENTED OCTOBER 30. 190O: APRIL 12. 1910 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden pnish. Fitted with our improved one-lever mechanism, which is 
durable, convenient and reliable. 'The shoes are solid cast trass, polished. 'The metal step and foot-rest plates are 
finished in Berlin lacquer; all other metal trimmings are nickel plated. 

Catalogue showing several other patterns of cane seat and back chairs will be sent on application. 

Price, with open cane seat, back and apron, as shown $37.00 

Price, completely upholstered with leather, anj) color, or close-woven cane, instead 

of open cane 37.00 

Price, oak summer seat with open cane weaving, extra 5.00 

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No. 10. Folding Barter Chair 



I A I N Emergency Chair ot n moderate price. 

- ' C Especially" built to supply the demand for 
n low priced chnir which con be quickly put into 
commission during fairs, carnivals and other seasons 
of crowds when an extra chair is desirable. 

C Pays for itself first week. 

C Can be folded up and stored in little space until 
again needed. 

C, Made of oak, golden finish, upholstered with 
reinforced leather, guaranteed to wear as w"ell as genuine 
leather and looks better. 

Price $15.00 



No. 15. Koken s Army Barbers 
Folding Field Cnair 



E 1 XTREME Strength, compactness and durability 
* of construction and correctness of design mark 

Koken's Army Barbers' Folding Field and Camp 
Chair as the most practical chair for field work. 

CL The frame is of mree gears' air-seasoned, extra 
heavy oak; is chemically treated and guaranteed not to 
w"arp, crack nor split. 
Ct, It has a WATER-PROOF finish— not Varnish. 

CL Folds so compactly that it takes but little space beneath 
fne wagon bows; or it may* be lashed to trie side of the 
wagon, making it easily) and conveniently) transported. 

CL nfhe heaviest w)hite canvas covers trie back and 
seat and is so fastened that it cannot pull out or tear. 

CL 'The back, foot and head rest are comfortably 

upholstered. 

Ct, Built to stand me wear of field work and transportation. 

CL Besides being invaluable in the field it is especially 
useful in any Post Shop as an extra chair at busy times, 
such as day before Muster or Saturday Inspection. 

CL Ten of these chairs were purchased by the Quarter- 
master of the U. S. Military Prison, Fort Leavenworth, 
Kansas, for use in that institution. 

Price $16.50 





No. 35. Cane Seat 

Made of quarter-saw^ white oak, golden finish. A seat 
constructed in mis manner (with spindle supports) is used on 
chairs Nos. 225, 360, 355, 222, etc. 

Each $9-00 



No. 25. Cane Seat 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. This 
seat fits chairs like Nos. 147, 146, etc. When ordering, 
specify the number of your chair. 

Each $5.00 



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No. 359 Pier Mirror. 

A combination mirror and workstand, made of quarter- 
sawn white oak, golden finish; fitted with 18x40-inch beveled 
German mirror and two small mirrors in top; the work- 
stand has one drawer, one drop door compartment and Ten- 
nessee marble shelf, 10y 2 x25 inches. Height, 7 feet 8 inches. 



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No. 346 Pier Mirror. 

A modern combination mirror and workstand that sat 
isfies a demand for dressing mirror, or can be used as mir- 
ror case where space would not permit a larger one. Made 
of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. Legs are pro- 
tected by nickel-plated metal shoes. Yale lock and brass 
hardware. Beveled French mirror, 18x48 inches. Italian 
marble shelf, 14x24 inches. Height, 8 feet. 

Price $ 35.00 



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No. 236 Bracket. 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish; top, 

$5.00 



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Price 




No. 237 Bracket. 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish; top, 

$6.00 



12x26 inches 
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No. 238 Bracket. 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish; Ten- 



nessee marble top, 12x26 inches. 

Price, 

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$11.00 

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No. 232 Bracket. 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. Can 
be used with No. 231 or separate if desired. Yale locks, 
brass hardware. Italian marble shelf, 12x21 inches. 

Price * 19 -°° 

No. 232A— Same as No. 232; with wood top. .Price, 16.00 




No. 219 Bracket. 

White enamel finish. Yale locks. White glass drawer 
Dulls. Italian marble top, 12x21 Inches. 

Price * 110 ° 

No. 219A— Same as No. 219; with wood top. 

Price s - oU 

No 220— Same as No. 219; with one drawer; 

top, 12x14 ins P«ce, 8.oO 

No. 220 A— Same as No. 220; with wood top. 

Price 6 ' 50 




No. 231 Bracket. 

A combination of No. 231 and 232 brackets may be 
used to complete a mirror case where no provision has 
been made for tool and towel shelves. Made of quarter- 
sawn white oak, golden finish. Yale locks, brass hard- 
ware. Italian marble shelf, 12x14 inches. 

Price $14.00 

No. 231A— Same as No. 231; with wood top. .Price, 12.00 



PAGE 64 



DECKELMAN BROS.. INC.. 46-48 Turk St.. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 





No. 240 Workstand. 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. Ten- 
nessee marble top, 13x25 inches. Height, 38 inches. 

Price, $13.00 

No. 241 — Same as No. 240; with wood top. Price, 11. OO 



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Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. Ven- 
tilated doors, perforated bottom. Legs are protected by 
nickel-plated metal shoes. Polished oak top, 14x26 Inches. 
Height. 38 inches. 

Price $12.50 

No. 234 — Same as No. 233; with Tennessee marble 

top. 14x26 inches Price, 15.00 




No. 228 Portable Workstand. 

This stand can be used in connection 
with low base combinations having small 
or no workstands. Made of quarter-sawn 
white oak, golden finish. Beveled plate 
glass on three sides, brass railing on Ital- 
ian marble top. Height, 42 inches. 

Price $28.00 



No. 235 Portable Workstand. 

Something new in portable workstands. 
Can be used where no provision has been 
made for towel and tool shelves. Cabinet 
is 14x14x22% inches. Beveled plate glass 
on three sides. Plate glass drop door in 
front. Yale lock and brass hardware. 
Italian marble top, 16x16 inches, with 
brass railing. Metal base, white enamel- 
ed, on rubber rollers. Quarter-sawn white 
oak, finished golden, or early English or 
white enamel. Height, 42 Inches. 

Price $33.00 




PAGE 65 



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No. I 



No. 2 






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Choice Lumber 

OKIES from tke best p.irt of the log. 
Great care is required in properly 
quarter-sawing tlie log to produce fine 
figure, noture's designing that human 
_ hand cannot equal. It lends a beauty 
and sparkle to flat surfaces that is always pleasing 
and attractive. 

Inferior lumber lacks figure and brilliancy and 
requires much unsanitary, hard-to-keep-clean carving 
to make it presentable. 

Well Seasoned 

lumberonly is used in manufacturing Koken Furniture. 

That means every stick must be piled for at least 
three years in the Koken yards before it is worked 
up, so as to avoid all possible chance of warping or 
cracking. 

Over a million feet of choice selected lumber is at 
all times to be found in the Koken yards going 
through this best method of preparation. 

Ask to see it when you visit our plant. 

Carefully Manufactured 

Means first-class Cabinet Makers, using properly 
seasoned lumber in a manner that will insure tight 
joints, panels well framed in, easy working, dove- 
tailed drawers, closely fitted doors, clean-cut carving, 
smooth, even surfaces, the latter being absolutely 
necessary that the work may be 

Correctly Finished 

This implies that first the pores of the wood must 
be well and properly filled; then follows the appli- 
cation of the proper number of coats of high-grade 
varnishes, allowed ample time to harden before being 
rubbed down and polished by hand. That is the 
Koken way of doing it. It gives brilliancy — is per- 
manent — easily cared for — and quickly restored with 
soap and water. 

It is the application of these fundamental principles 
in manufacturing that 

Makes Highest Quality 
Furniture 

Furniture that represents the greatest possible value 
for the money you pay — that gives you the service 
you have a right to expect — that satisfies you so 
completely that the recollection of its splendid 
quality remains long after the price is forgotten. 

We illustrate on this page six different Finishes 
that we are prepared to furnish : 

No. 1 — Quarter-sawn Gum — Circassian Walnut 

finish. 
No. 2 — Genuine Mahogany, finished dark. 
Wo. 3 — Quarter-sawn white oak. Green finish. 
No. 4 — Quarter-satCn whiteoak. Early English finish. 
No. 5 — Quarter-sawn white oak. Golden finish. 
No. 6 — Quarter-sawn white oak. Natural finish. 




No. 4 




No. 6 





N 0- 29 Arm Pole. Lengtli 3 feet, diameter 4 

inches. 

Price $2.75 




No. 22— Arm Pole Length 

3 feet 6 inches, diameter 5 

inches. 

Price $4.25 



No. 56 Bracket Pole 

Made of iron and steel. Well 
painted in bright attractive 
colors. Has 10-inch glass globe 
fitted and wired for electricity. 
Can be furnished vJith gilded 
iron ball instoed of glass globe, 
if desired, without extra charge. 
This Pole has been exceedingly 
popular w"ith the trade and rep- 
resents the best value that has 
ever been put in a Barber Pole. 
Diameter 9 inches. Height 55 
inches. 
Price $15.00 

If desired, No. 56 Pole can 

be furnished painted same as 
No. 55, and No. 55 can be 
furnished painted as No. 56. 



No. 57 Bracket Pole 

Same style as No. 56. 

Porcelain enameled throughout 
nstead of painted. 
Price $20.00 







No. 23— Arm Pole. Length 

3 feet 6 inches, diameter 5 

inches. 

Price $3.50 



No. 55 Bracket Pole 

Made of iron and steel, with 
gilded iron balls at each end. 
It can be furnished with 10-inch 
glass globe fitted and wired for 
electricity 1 on one end or on both 
ends, instead of gilded iron 
balls, if desired, without e:;tra 
charge. A very* attractive and 
serviceable Pole. Diameter 9 
inches. Height 60 inches. 
Price $15.00 



No. 58 Lobbj) Pole 

Made of iron and steel. Glass 
globe is 10 inches in diameter, 
fitted and wired for electricity 1 . 
It has a heavy* iron pedestal 
base, with a solid cast bra<:s 
outer rim. This Pole vJill be 
found very* desirable for use in 
the Lobby 1 of Hotels and Office 
buildings wnere it is not possible 
or convenient to put up Bracket 
Poles. It can be furnished w>ith 
gilded iron ball instead of glass 
globe, if desired, without extra 
charge. Diameter 9 inches. 
Height 84 inches. 
Price $25.00 



No. 56 



No. 58 



No. 55 



REVOLVING POLES 



le i-f Iron 



Porcelain Enameled 







No. 76 



No. 72 

No. 72— Bracket Pole. Porcelain en- 
ameled. Spring motor mechanism. Electric 
lighted. Height 57 inches. Price. .$45.00 

No. 74— Bracket Pole. Porcelain en- 
ameled. Same as No. 72 With electric 
motor mechanism. Red, White and blue 
flasher. Price .$60.00 

No. 76— Pedestal Base Pole. P* 

Lin enameled. Spring motor mechanism. 
Llectric lighted. Height 95 inches. Dia- 
meter of base 15} o inches. Price. $70.00 

No. 77— Pedestal Base 
Pole. Porcelain enameled. 
Same as No. 7& with electric 
motor mechanism. Red, white 
and blue (lasher. Price. $85. 00 






No. 7S 




No. 71— Bracket Pole. Porcelain en- 
ameled. Spring motor mechanism. Electric 
lighted. Height 53 inches. Price. . .$45.00 

No. 73— Bracket Pole. Porcelain en- 
ameled. Same as No. 71, With electric motor 
mechanism. Red, White and blue flasher. 
Price $60.00 

No. 81— Pedestal Base Pole. Porcelain 
enameled. Spring motor mechanism. Electric 
lighted. Height 95 inches. Diameter of base 
11% inches. Price $70.00 

No. 82— Pedestal Base Pole. Porcelain 

enameled. Same as No. 81 with electric motor 
mechanism. Red, white and blue flasher. 
Price $85.00 





No. 81 



Koken's Revolving Poles combine elegance of stately 

design and beautiful fresh coloring with life-long durability. 

The iron porcelain enameled construction is not affected 

by* wind or climatic changes, and imparts an air of sanitary* 

beauty impossible of attainment in a painted pole. The 

brilliant rich and harmonious colors are fired in the enamel 

and Will not fade, -Wear off, nor Wash out. The special 

spring motor which revolves the striped cylinder is o) a 

new improved and efficient pattern Which is reliable and 

strong. It maintains a regulated rate of speed— revolves 

all day on one winding — costs nothing to operate. 

The spring motor poles are Wired for electricity* and map 

be illuminated at night. When lighted can be seen for many blocks. All 

designs carry a 12-inch Opal Glass Globe, which diffuses the light evenly*. 



"™ " «"""«-" ——■—■■■» »— ■ — ■■ — —u— | 

No. 78— Pedestal Base Pole. Por- § 

celain enameled. Spring motor mechan- 
ism. Electric lighted. Height 95 inches. 
Diameter of base 14 inches. Price. $6 5. 00 i 

No. 79— Pedestal Base Pole. Por- j 
celain enameled. Same as No. 78 with g 
electric motor mechanism. Red, white and 
blue flasher. Price $80.00 



beauty, artistic attracti\>i 
The Bracket Poles are t 



The electric poies are operated by an electric motor which 
is thoroughly* practical. The red, white and blue flasher 
is a new" feature, the value of Which can readily be appre- 
ciated. It is run by the motor and mechanism whose sim- 
plicity of design insures continuous serOice Without trouble. 
It runs for less than 15 cents per month. The revolving 
cylinder is made of specially 1 treated translucent material 
which is lithographed With large 4-inch stripes of beautiful 
permanent colors which are guaranteed not to fade. These 
poles are effective advertisers, and will add prestige to any* 
shop. The iron porcelain enameled pedestal base poles 
are the first of their kind e^er produced; and for striking 
?ness, strength and indestructibility they* are unrivaled, 
lasily attached to the wall. 



Nos. 76 and 81 Pedestal Base Poles can be furnished if desired With baked enamel base instead of porcelain enamel at $60.00 each. 
No=. 73, 74, 77, 79 and 82 Poles can be furnished if desired without red, white and blue flasher at a reduction of $5.00 



Barber Poles 



Made of Cast Iron and Sheet Steel 
Eack Pattern Made One Size Onl^ 



Warranted Not to Ckeck or Crack 
Patented, February Second, 1909 




No. 60— Pole. 

Height, 8 feet 2 inckes. 
Diameter, 13 inches. 
Weight (boxed}, 298 lbs. 
Red and Gold Striping as 
shown. 12-in. Glass Globe. 
Price $40.00 

No. 62— Pole. 

Same as Mo. 60, with 
Black and Gold Striping. 
12-inch Glass Globe. 
Price $40.00 



No. 52— Pole. 
Height, 7 feet. 
Diameter, 9 inches. 
Weight (boxed J, 120 lbs. 
Price $20.00 

Glass Globe ond Electric 
Light Fittings, extra, $4.00 



No. 38— Pole. 
Height, 9 feet. 
Diameter, 15 inches. 
Weight (boxed), 365 lbs. 
Price $42.50 

Glass Globe and Electric 
Light Fittings, extra, $6.00 



No. 54— Pole. 
Height, 7 feet 5\<2 inches. 
Diameter, 11 inches. 
Weight (boxed), 195 lbs. 
Price .$26.00 

Glass Globe ana Electric 
Light Fittings, extra,$4.50 



Nos. 38, 52 and 54 Poles will be furnished if desired with glass globes with electric light j 

fittings in place of gilded iron balls at the same price. If any pole with gilded iron ball is 1 

wanted with glass globe with electric light fittings on top of the iron ball, an extra charge § 
will be made as stated. 



. ..■ , 



No. 61— Pole. 

Height, 8 feet 2 inches. 
Diameter, 13 inches. 
Weight (boxed), 298 lbs. 
Red and White Striping as 
shown. 12-in. Glass Globe. 
Price $32.00 



Nos. 60, 61 and 62 Poles 
will be furnished if desired 
with Gilded Iron Ball in- 
stead of Glass Globe at 
same price. 









DECKELMAN BROS.. INC.. 46-48 Turk St.. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Barber Poles 





♦ ♦♦ 






No. 67— 6-in..each. $10.00 No.OO— S-in..each, $16.50 No. 69— 6-in..each, $11.50 No. 91— 10-in. .each, $21.50 

No. 67— 8-in..each, 13.00 No. 90— 10-in. .each. 21.50 No. 69— S-in. .each, 15.00 No. !)1— 12-in. .each, 27.00 
No. 07— 10-in.. each, 17.00 No. 90— 12-in. .each. 27.00 No. 69— 10-in. .each, 19. OO 

No. 90 pole fitted with glass globe and wired for electric light 



PAGE 71 



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DECKELMAN BROS., INC., 46-48 Turk St., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



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No. 8 Bath Sign. 

Gilt letters on black ground 
Each $£ 



No. 5 Index Hand. 

Made of wood, handsomely painted 
Each $1.00 




No. 35 Window Transfer Sign. 

Red, white and blue striping 

Five inscriptions in gold: "Barber," "Baths," "Facial Massage," "Hair Cutting," "Manicuring" 

Size, 5x24 inches each, $0.25 



BARBER SHOP^ 



No. 6 Steel Sign. 

White letters on blue ground; length, 23 inches 
Each $1.50 



No. 11 Arm Pole. 

Size, 3x30 inches each, $2.50 



BATHS 




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No. 42 Metal Revolving Sign. 

Furnished with either one of four 
inscriptions: "Shaving," "Hair Cut- 
ting," "Baths," "Massage." 

Height, 40 inches each, $3.00 



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BATHS 




No. 7 Steel Sign. 

White letters on blue ground; length, IS inches 
Each $1 .50 



No. 10 Arm Pole. 

Size, 3x30 inches each, $2.2," 



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No. 43 Steel Sign 

Porcelain Enameled j 

Produced especially to meet the | 

demand for an inexpensive barber | 

shop sign to be used on either side j 

of doors, windows, building corner j 

or in hotel lobbies or office building | 

corridors where bracket or other | 

poles are prohibited. g 

Will quickly pay for itself in | 

added trade. § 

Made of steel, porcelain enameled. 1 

Red, white and blue colors fired j 

in enamel; will not run or fade. j 

Neat and decidedly attractive and § 

can be kept continually new and | 

bright by washing with a damp j 

cloth. Will not rust. | 

Easily put up and made fast with | 

two screws. | 

Size, 8x39 inches. j 

Each $3.50 | 

Per pair R.50 1 




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No. 33 Metal Revolving Sign. 

Height, 33 inches. each, $6.00 



PAGE 72 



DECKELMAN BROS.. INC.. 46-48 Turk St.. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Child's Chairs and Seats 




Congress 
Hydraulic 
Mechanism 

Correctly 

and Specially 

Designed 




In Harmony 

With Finest 

Fixtures 

An Asset 
Not an 
Expense 




No. 2 Child's Chair. 

seat, screw 



With cane 
machinery. 

Price 



.SM.r.0 



1N0. 7 — Same as No. 2, 
but with uphol- 
stered seat 



No. 25 Child's Chair 

Iron snow white porcelain enameled constructed ped- 
estal base and seat frame. Solid brass floor rim. All other 
exposed metal parts heavily nickel plated. Luxuriously 
and comfortably upholstered in best leather. Congress 
hydraulic mechanism in pedestal. The acme of grace and 
beauty fashioned in such proportions as are most conven- 
ient for the barber. 



No. 9 Child's Chair. 

Made of oak, golden 
finish; adjustable screw ma- 
chine; metal foot rest. 
Price $8.25 




No. 8 Child's Seat. 

Is adjustable; to be hung 
over the back of a barber's 
chair. This raises the child 
to a convenient height. The 
feet rest on cushion seat of 
chair, protected by towel or 
otherwise. The hooks are 
nickel-plated and rubber-pro- 
tected. 
Each Sf(4.00 



Hydraulic 
Oil 

In cans con- 
taining enough 
for complete 
charge for one 
chair. 
Each . ...1«0.40 



No. 10 Child's Hair Cutting Seat. 

Made to fit on arms of any barber 
chair. Upholstered with genuine leather, 
color to match chairs, 
price .fi2.7."> 

No. 11 Child's Hair Cutting Seat. 

Fits on arms of any barber chair. 
Upholstered in black imitation leather, 
with apron. 
Price SjiO.fiO 



No. 466 Child's Chair. 

Can be raised and low- 
ered; adjustable foot-rest; 
steel, oxidized finish; polished 
oak seat. 
Price $0.50 



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DECKELMAN BROS.. INC.. 46-48 Turk St.. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 




No. 30 Settee. 

Made of quarter-sawn whit* 
oak, golden finish. Upholstered Id 
leather, any color. A first-class, 
well-built, substantial settee at a 
moderate price. 

4 feet long $32.50 

6 feet long (as shown) 44. Oo 

5 feet long 55.00 



No. 40 Settee. 

This massively built settee must 
be seen to be appreciated. It is made 
specially for those wanting something 
extra fine. It Is made of quarter- 
sawn white oak, golden finish. Springs 
are used in upholstering the seat. The 
covering is best grade No. 1 grain 
leather, any color. The legs are pro- 
tected by heavy cast brass shoes, pol- 
ished. This settee makes a fine addi- 
tion to any barber shop. 

4 feet long $57.50 

6 feet long 75.00 

8 feet long (with 6 legs) 100.00 



No. 19 Shoe Shining Stand 

Made of quarter-sawn white 
oak, golden finish; japanned ped- 
estal brackets. Platform covered 
with sheet brass. Length, 3 ft. 
4 in.; width. 1 ft. 11 in. 
Price $18.00 

No. 19A— With nickel- 
plated pedestal brack- 
ets 1 9.50 






No. 17 Shoe Shining Stand 

Will fit in any corner. Is only 
23 inches wide, 32 inches long. 
Made of quarter-sawn white oak. 
golden finish. Platform covered 
with sheet brass. Space under- 
neath for brushes and supplies. 
Foot-rest brackets japanned. 

Price, as shown $15. OO 

Price, less chair 13. OO 



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A new feature for shoe 
ihiners. No space wasted. 
The maximum amount of 
room required is but 35 
Inches wide over all, permit- 
ting boot black parlor to oc- 
cupy a narrow room where 
& wider stand would make it 
prohibitive. 

The sectional design per- 
mits of enlarging stand when 
in increasing business de- 
mands it by adding either two 
•r three-chair sections. 




This stand is equipped 
with folding theatre chairs 
(more fully described on pag« 
74) and No. 55A japanned 
pedestal foot rests that can 
be removed from the socket 
both features making it very 
convenient for the customer 
when getting on and off the 
stand. 

Made of quarter-sawn 
white oak, golden finish. The 
platforms are covered with 
sheet brass and oil cloth. 



No. 45 Sectional Shoe Shining Stand. 

Price, 2 sections, complete as shown ; length, 3 ft. 7% in. ; width, 35 in $35.00 

Price, 3 sections; length, 5 ft. %y 2 in.; width, 35 in 4S.OO 

With No. 55 foot rests, nickel-plated, extra, per section 2.00 




Made of quarter-sawn white 
oak, golden finish, with platforms 
of strips of dark and light wood. 
Fitted with No. 54 nickel-plated 
pedestal shining brackets. Nickel- 
plated legs, brackets, corner 
strips and ornaments. 



No. 26 Shoe Shining Settee. 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. Ten- 
nessee marble on both platforms. Fitted with No. 54 
nickel-plated pedestal shining brackets. Brass legs, leather 
upholstered seat. Length, 2 ft. 1 in.; width, 3 ft. 5% in. 

Price $ 54.00 

No. 25 — Same style, for two persons; length, 

4 ft. 1 in S3. 00 

No. 27 — Same style, for three persons; length. 

6 ft. 1 in 120.00 

No. 28 — Same style, for four persons; length, 

» ft. 1 In 157.00 




No. 20 Shoe Shining Stand. 

Length, 2 ft. 1 in.; width, 3 ft. 8 in. 

Price, as shown $32.50 

No. 20A — With Tennessee marble platforms 41.50 



See pages 176 to 181 for Shoe Polisher's Supplies 



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No. 625 Glass Shelf Mug Case. 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. Has 
five plate glass shelves, 24 inches long, 5 inches wide, sup- 
ported by adjustable nickel-plated brackets. 

Price $17.50 

Other sizes quoted on application. 





No. 626 Glass Shelf Mug Case. 

A handy, sanitary mug case. Can be attached to any 
wall. The five polished plate glass shelves, 24 inches long, 
5 inches wide, are supported by adjustable nickel-plated 
brackets, secured to white enameled wood strips. 
Price, complete as shown $11. OO 



No. 613 Mug Case. 

Made of white oak. golden finish. 

Price, with 20 spaces $ 6.75 

Price, with 35 spaces. 8.50 

Price, with 49 spaces 12. OO 

Price, with 72 spaces . 1 6.50 




No. 620 Mug Case. 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish. 

Price, with 35 spaces. $11.54) 

Price, with 49 spaces 15.00 

Price, with 72 spaces 19.00 



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DECKELMAN BROS.. INC.. 46-48 Turk St., SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 



No. 445 Lavatory. 
Porcelain Enameled 

Sanitary; size. 22x33. with 
13xlS-tnch bowl. Slab, apron 
and bowl all cast in one piece, 
supported on porcelain enam- 
eled fluted column, oval ped- 
estal. Fitted with special de- 
sign nickel-plated combina- 
tion cock and concealed 
waste, including shampoo 
bose and sprinkler. 

Price, as described. ..3jt.18.ftO 





No. 450 Lavatory. 
Porcelain Enameled 

Same as No. 445, but with 
one No. 6 Fuller double basin 
cock and one No. 8 Fuller 
double shampoo cock and con- 
cealed waste. 
Price, as described. . ..•)><>:{. ."O 

Nickel-plated air-chamber 
supplies on either of the 
above, per pair, extra, 

94.00 

Nickel-plated "P" trap and 

waste on either 445 or 

450, extra $3.50 




No. 468 Lavatory. Porcelain Enameled 

Sanitary; size, 22x27, with 13xl7-inch bowl. Slab, 
bowl and apron all cast in one piece, supported on 
porcelain plain octagon pedestal. Fitted with special 
design nickel-plated combination shampoo and basin 
cock, with china indexed handles, including shampoo 
hose and sprinkler. 
Price, as described $47.50 



No. 465 Lavatory. Porcelain Enameled 

Sanitary; size, 27x43 inches, with two "D" pattern bowls, 
14x18 inches. Slab, bowls and apron all cast in one piece, sup- 
ported on single one-piece, porcelain-enameled, plain round ped- 
estal. Fitted with our No. 20 nickel-plated combination shampoo 
and basin cock, hose and sprinkler, and all cast body nickel- 
plated bag trap with clean-out plug. 
Price, as described .f.SO.OO 



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No. 466 Lavatory. Porcelain Enameled 

Sanitary; size, 24x33, with 13xl7-inch bowl. 
Slab, bowl and apron all cast in one piece, sup- 
ported on porcelain enameled plain square ped- 
estal. Fitted with two special Fuller basin cocka 
and combination shampoo cock, hose and 
sprinkler, all nickel-plated and with china indexed 
handles. 

Price, as described i(!(>1.00 

Nickel-plated air chamber supplies, with 
shut-oft valve. Per pair, extra. . . . 



Nickel-plated "P" trap and waste. Extra. 



5.00 
3.50 



No. 467 Lavatory. Porcelain Enameled 

Sanitary; size, 24x33, with 13%xl8^-inch bowl. 
Slab, bowl and apron all cast in one piece, supported 
on porcelain enameled panel column, square pedestal. 
Fitted with imperial lift waste, No. 8 Fuller double 
shampoo cock and No. 6 Fuller double basin cock, all 
nickel-plated, and with china indexed handles, sham- 
poo hose and sprinkler. 

Price, as described Sf7.1..">0 

Nickel-plated air chamber supplies, with shut- 
off valve. Per pair, extra 5.00 

Nickel-plated "P" trap and waste. Extra 3.50 



DECKELMAN BROS.. INC.. 46-48 Turk St.. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 




No. 472 Lavatory. 

Porcelain Enameled 

Sanitary; size, 26x44, with 13xl7lncb 
bowls. Top. apron, bowls and soap cups all 
cast in one piece. These parts, as well as 
the two plain, square pedestals, are pro- 
tected by the finest porcelain enamel. 
Fitted with No. S Fuller double shampoo 
cock and four special Fuller basin cocks and 
concealed waste, all nickel-plated and with 
china indexed handles, shampoo hose and 
sprinkler. 

Price, as described, with special 

trap, waste and supplies $1 0.1.00 



No. 455 Lavatory. 

Porcelain Enameled 

Sanitary; size, 27x45, with 13xl9-lnch 
bowls. Top, apron and bowls all cast in 
one piece. These parts, as well as the two 
pedestals, are protected by the finest porce- 
lain enamel. The bowls are near the edges, 
Affording the closest access for shampooing, 
while the center of the stand has ample 
space for all fittings, as well as for hot-water 
cloths, etc. Fitted with No. 8 Fuller double 
shampoo cock, four special Fuller basin 
cocks and concealed waste, all nickel-plated 
and with china indexed handles, shampoo 
bose and sprinkler. 

Price, as described, with special 

trap, waste and supplies !(5HO.OO 



Glass towel bars on each side as 
shown, extra 



8.50 




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No. 436 Hat and Coat Hook. 

Brass, nickel-plated, with security 
screw through wall plate. 

Each $0.50 




No. 1 Hat and Coat Hook. 

Japanned finish. Per dozen $0.S5 

No. 4 — Nickel plated. Per dozen 1.50 
Size, 9%x4% inches. 



Octagon design. A match with 
No. 600 chair. The base plate is 
Iron, porcelain enameled, with 
nickel-plated collar. 

The post is made of quarter- 
sawn white oak, golden, mahog- 
any or white enamel finish. The 
shelf has brass rail, handy for 
patrons' neckwear. 





No. 28 Hat and Coat Hook. 

Oxidized copper finish. 
Bach $1.10 




No. 538 Hat and Coat Hook. 

Solid brass, polished. 
Each $0.40 




No. 437 Hat and Coat Hook. 

Brass, nickel-plated, with security 
hook through wall plate. A neat, 
strong, durable hook. 

Each $1.00 



No. 60 Costumer. 



The floor rim is solid brass, 
polished. Hooks and bands are 
also solid brass, polished, except 
on mahogany or white enameled 
finish, when they are nickel- 
plated. Height, 8 feet. 



Price 

No. 61 — Same as No. 60. Made of genuine mahogany. Price. 



.$72.50 

. S2.50 



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DECKELMAN BROS.. INC.. 46-48 Turk St.. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 




No. 3 Hat and Coat Hook. 

Locks automatically, unlocks with num- 
bered checks. No chance for wraps to be 
stolen or exchanged. 

Nickel or copper oxidized finish. 

Each jpo.75 

Polished brass. Each .80 




No. 389 Hat and Coat Hook. 

Extra strong iron, Japanned. 

Size, 4x6 inches. 

Per dozen $0.85 

In iron, nickel-plated. 
Per dozen 4.00 

In solid brass, polished. 
Per dozen 6.00 



A STATELY and imposing hat and 
coat rack of unusual capacity. 
One No. 55 is equal to six ordinary 
Costumers or a wall full of hat and 
coat hooks. Especially desirable in 
small rooms where space is limited. 





No. 537 Hat and Coat Hook. 

Metal, oxidized copper finish; four larg« 
double hooks. Size, 8^4x16% inches. 

Each !(!1.85 




No. 101 Hat and Coat Hook. 

In iron, japanned. Size, 4x7% inches. 
Per dozen $1.50 

In iron, nickel-plated. 
Per dozen 4.25 

In solid brass, polished. 
Per dozen 6.50 



THIS illustration does not do jus- 
tice to the elegance and beauty 
of this fixture. If you want the 
most striking, practical Costumer 
on the market, and one which adds 
real tone to your shop, consider no 
other. 



No. 55 Costumer. 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden, mahogany or white enamel finish. Base is iron, porcelain enameled; has nickel- 
plated collar and floor rim, same as on No. 146 barber chair. Hooks and bands are sold cast brass, polished. The small shelf 
is for patrons' neckwear. Height, 8 feet. Diameter of base, 2 feet. Space between hooks, 9 inches. 

Price 957.50 

No. 57 — Same as No. 55 ; with solid brass polished floor rim on base 62. 50 

No. 58 — Same as No. 67; made of genuine mahogany 72. 50 

VERY POPULAR— OFTEN IMITATED— NEVER EQUALED 
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No. 518 Hat and Coat Rack. 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak. golden finish: fitted wit:i two beveled mirrors, 18x40, and three large fancy double 
hooks: copper finish. Length, 9 feet; height, 30 inches. 

Price, two sections, as shown $33.50 

Price, each additional section IB. OO 





No. 515 Hat and Coat Rack. 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak, golden finish; metal 
hat supports and coat hooks, nickel-plated, oxidized-copper 
finish if desired. Length, 4 feet 4 inches; width, 9 inches. 
Each $5.00 





No. 517 Hat and Coat Rack. 

Metal, oxidized copper finish, with six triple adjustable 
hooks that can be laid flat against the wall if desired. 
Length, 41 inches. 
Price $2.50 




No. 70 Costumer. 

Made of iron, oxidized 
lacquer finish; has eight 
strong hooks with double 
10xl2-inch bevel plate mir- 
rors between and umbrella 
ring and holder. Height. 
6 feet 5 inches. 
Price $8.00 

No. 71 — Same as above. 

without mirrors, and with 

four hooks. 
Price $3.50 



No. 25 Hat and Coat Rack. 

length, 36 inches. 

With six metal hooks, black finish Each, $1.75 

No. 26 — With six metal hooks, oxidized finish. 

Each 2.00 





No. 36 Hat and Coat Rack. 

Length, 4 feet 6 inches. 

With six No. 1 hooks Each. $ 

No. 37 — With six No. 4 hooks " 

Other sizes mado to order at proportionate prices 



2.1 



522 Costumer. 

Made of quarter - sawn 
white oak, mission fiu.su. 
equipped with six strong 
nickel-plated hooks. 
Height. 6 feet. 
Price .SIC. (><i 



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Lamps Nos. 1 and 2 are of 
simple construction. They 
are made of brass, triple 
plated. The valves are 
heavy and extremely dur- 
able. The burner unscrews 
below valve and gas tip, 
thus no loss of mantles 
when cleaning 
lamps. 

We r e c o m- 
mend them as 
the best lamp 
of this kind on 
the market. 




Lamp No. 33, also made 
of brass and triple plated, 
uses a filter in right arm 
above the valve. The gen- 
eration is perfect, insuring 
a steady and economical 
light. 
The drain plug under 
burner 
makes clean- 
ing easy. No 
trouble- 
some needle 
points used in 
this lamp. 




No. 1. 



No. 2. 



No. 33. 



The Coleman Hollow Wire Lighting Plants 



Illustrated above, are the most serviceable, economical and satisfactory system known for all purpose 
lighting. 

Every part of these plants is made of the best material. Fixtures are heavy brass, triple nickel 
plated. Tanks for containing the fuel are tested to many times their running pressure, insuring absolute 
safety. The gasoline is conveyed from tank to fixtures through small flexible copper hollow wire. At the 
fixtures the gasoline is generated into gas, properly mixed with air, and burned the same as ordinary gas. 

Styles of fixtures listed are ones especially suitable for barber shops. The No. 1 lamp uses a large 
inverted rag mantle and give by actual test 300 candle power light. The No. 2 lamp uses two large in- 
verted rag mantles, and is equipped with a steel white enameled shade, and gives 600 candle power light. 
The No. 33 lamp uses No. 44 upright mantles, and gives a powerful 600 candle power light. 

Each plant is shipped complete, with style of fixtures selected, wire tubing cut in sections, with con- 
nections brazed, and a tee with one end capped, enabling you to add more lamps at any time, by order- 
ing fixtures and number of feet of wire required, making it easy and doing away with the 
need of a mechanic. 

The best service 1b obtained by using one style of lamp on a system, rather than 
having one of each kind. Therefore, plants listed In different sizes contain fixtures all of 
one type. Each plant Is carefully tested, and plain directions for operating and installing 
are included. 

Complete lighting plants consUt of: Three-gallon gasoline tank, pump, funnel, wrench, 
enough hollow wire and connections for each sine plant, with style and number of fixture* 
shown. Always order by number and state Just how many lamps are wanted. 



Lamp One light. 

No. 1....... .1*14.00 

No. 2 ... 15.25 

No. 33 16.25 



PRICE LIST OF COMPLETE PLANTS 

Two lights. Three lights. Four lights. 

$1!>.00 !{i24.00 $20.00 

22.00 28.0O 34.50 

23. 50 31.00 3S..TO 



Five lights. 

.53 4.00 

41.00 

46.00 



Larger lighting systems can be made by adding lamps at any time. 



EXTRA LAMPS 

No. 1 lamp only, complete, as illustrated ijiS.OO 

No. 2 lamp only, complete, aa illustrated 5.30 

No. 33 lamp only, complete, as Illustrated 6.25 

Hollow wire with connections brazed to each end, par foot.. 04 

Every plant carries a genuine Coleman five-year guarantee. 



DECKELMAN BROS.. INC.. 46-48 Turk St., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 





No. M. B. 



BRASCOLITE 



Indirect Lighting Fixtures 

Particularly Adapted for Barber Shops. 

Easy to Install. 

Better Light. Less Current Consumption 

Pure Soft White Light, No Shadows, 
Eliminating Eye Strain. 









No. J. a. 



Type H. B. — Metal parts rose gold finish, reflector white enameled metal; imported opal glass globe. Length. 4 feet. 

150 Watt, 16 in. reflector, 814 in- bowl each. $ I o.oo 

*!><» Watt, 19 In. reflector, 11% in. bowl each, 23.25 

Type N. B. — For low ceiling or basement shops. Metal parts rose gold finish, reflector white enameled metal; opal glass 
flobe. Imported. 

150 Watt, 16 in. reflector, 8% in. bowl each, $10.70 

ICO Watt, 19 in. reflector, 11% in. bowl each, 14.00 

Type J. B. — Metal parts rose gold finish, reflector white enameled metal; imported opal glass globe. Lengtlr 4 feet. 

150 Watt, 16 in. reflector, 8% in. bowl each, $20.00 

J50 Watt, 19 in. reflector, 11% in. bowl each. 24.25 

Prices on other styles and designs furnished on application. 




Rag Mantles. 



Per Doz. 

No. 22 — Marvelite; large size; for Nos. 1 and 2 lamps.. $1.00 
No. 40— " " " " " 1 " 2 " . . 1.20 

No. 23 — " Junior " " table lamps 75 

No. 41— " small ' " 90 

No. 44 — Loop mantles; for No. 33 and similar lamps. . . . 1.50 

No. 45 — Cap mantles; used for upright lamps 1.50 

No. 15 — Marvel cap mantles; used for gasoline upright 

lamps 2.00 



No. SO!)— Bug globes for 

No. 1 lamp. 

Each $0.50 

No. 02—714 in. high; Jena 

(opal) ; for No. 33 lamp. 

Each 90.35 

No. 06— 6V 2 in. high; Jena 

(opal); for upright 

lamps. Each $0.25 



Rag Mantle 






No. 45 — Cap Mantle 



No. 910 
Arc Pressure Lamp. 

750 candle power light, 
overhead pressure; oxi- 
dized copper finish. 
Each SfSll.OO 



No. 38 Arc Mantle. 

Each $0.20 




No. 44 — Loop Mantle 



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Head Rests, Shaving Paper and Holders 

Real Comfort to the Head — A Triumph in Barber Chair Attachments. 



No. 500 Cushion 
Head Rest 

Made of aluminum; 
very light, strong and 
durable; has no joints 
to wear or work loose 
under severe treatment 
given head rests by mod- 
ern massaging; flexible 
coil springs are used, 
covered with soft 
leather. 

The paper is carried 
through the rollers and 
easily threaded through 
the same. No noise 
when adjusting the rest; no ratchet nor cheap hidden ma- 
terials. Its construction is in full view. 

Price, head rest, with rods as shown, or slats $6.00 

Price, complete, with push pin plate 7.50 





No. 500 Push Pin 
Plate 

This plate permits ol\ 
the lifting out of the 
head rest without ma- 
nipulating any screw, 
pin, lever or other de- 
vice, and can be at- 
tached to any barber 
chair now fitted with 
the Wingscrew Plate, 
by simply taking out 
the screws and cutting 

away a small portion of the wood of the back of the chair. 

State whether for rods or slat. 




Price, push pin plate only. 
No. 524 Koken's Sancross Head Rest Paper 



$2.00 



A STRICTLY 

J\ sanitary 
paper for head 
rests. Made of 
the best grade 
water finished 
pearl white paper. 
If you use this 
paper instead of 
towels as cover- 
ing for head rests. 
you will find it 
more economical 
and sanitary. It 
gives a clean and 
sanitary covering 
for every cus- 
tomer and at the 
same time serves 
as shaving paper. 
Each roll con- 
tains enough for 
100 shaves. The 
upper side of the 



No. 75 Shaving Paper 

To fit Nos. 2, 78, 79 and 80 holders. 
Per dozen rolls $0.50 



Here is the paper that will meet th 
stock. Economical and sanitary. Can 




paper on which 
the customer's 
head rests is 
smooth, the lower 
side is rough, 
making an excel 
lent paper for wlp 
lng the lather off 
of the razor. The 
only paper that 
combines these 
features. If you 
want the best, 
"Buy Sancross 
Paper." 



Per doz. rolls....} .60 

12 doz. rolls 6.00 

Per case 
(4 gross rolls) 20.00 



Per dozen Rolls 




.45 



No. 70 Kandle Sanitary Head 
Rest Attachment 
It is leased only and not sold out- 
right. Nickel-plated or cop--- --■ 

dized. Each $0.60 

No. 71— Paper. ..Per doz. rolls,$0.6O 
No. 526 Speshul Head Rest Paper 
e demands of those wanting a lower priced article. Made of good grade pure white 
also be used as shaving paper. Each roll contains enough for 100 shaves. 

Per 12 dozen Rolls $4.50 Per Case (3 gross Rolls) $12.25 



No. 7 Metal Rim Check 

This check can be had for eight 
chairs. Each a different color. From 
Ic to $1.00. Pasteboard. 
Per 100 .1(0.40 





No. 6 Composition Check 

Ten sets in ten colors. From 5c to 
$1.00. " 
F'er 100 $1.30 



No. 14 Brass Check 

Numbered for each chair as desired 
One name and one inscription with- 
out additional charge. 
Per 100 $1.75 



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No. 485 Check Rack 

pattern. 

.90.60 

No. 482 Check Rack 

Spaces for eight denomi- 



Made of metal, nickel-plated. The latest 
Takes up little space on shelf. Very handsome. 
Each 




Made of Iron, nickel-plated, 
nations of checks. 

Each $0.73 

Suitable for No. 8 Checks. 



No. 484 Check Rack 

For Fibrone Checks 
Made in oak, mahogany or white enamel finish. Con- 
venient and useful. Arranged to hold six denominations of 
checks. 

Bach $0.73 




No. 8 Pasteboard Check 

Printed on one side 10c to $1.00 
Each denoro. diff. color. Per 100.. .25 
Stamped with chair number 35 



No. 15 Check Rack 

For No. 8 Checks. 
Each $0.33 

No. 417 Rubber Mug Cushion 

Will fit all regular size mugs. 
Each $0.13 

No. 6 Rubber Coin Mat 

A handy and practical article. Di- 
ameter, 8 inches. 
Each $O.S5 

No. 4 Rubber Chair Mat 

To place around barber chairs. One 
piece, embossed. Size, 48 inches long, 
66 inches wide. 
Each $6.50 




No. 50 Rubber Chair Mat 

No. 50 — Especially adapted for the 
pedestal-base barber chairs. Perfor- 
ated pattern. Diameter, 58 inches. 
Each $11.00 

No. 51 — Embossed pattern, same 
shape. Diameter, 56% inches. 
Each $6.00 

No. 32 — Same as No. 50, but with 
square hole for leg-base chairs. Di- 
ameter, 55% inches. 
Each $11.00 

No. 33 — Same as No. 51, but with 
square hole for leg-base chairs. Di- 
ameter, 56% inches. 
Each $0.00 



No. 483 Fluted Check Rack 

Made of mahogany, polished. Will 
fit the No. 6 checks and any other no 
larger. 

Each $0.80 

No. 15 Rubber Bottle Mat 

Diameter, fi inches. 
Each $0. 15 

No. 12 Rubber Cuspidor Mat 

Made of heavy rubber. Diameter, 
16 inches. 
Each $0.60 

No. 345 Rubber Mat 

For bath room or door. Made of 
heavy rubber, corrugated. Size, 18x30 
inches. 
Each $2.50 

No. 18 Cuspidor Mat 

Made of congoleum. Sanitary; can- 
not rot or crack. Easily cleaned. As- 
sorted patterns. Size, lSxl8 inches. 
Each $0.30 

Imported Greenwich Inlaid 
Linoleum 

Six feet wide. 

First grade per sq. yd., $1.75 

Second grade per sq. yd., 1.65 

Third grade per sq. yd., 1 .50 




No. 10 Rubber Bottle Mat No. 20 Rubber Bottle Mat 

Diameter, 5 inches For three or four bottles. Size, 6x18% inches 
Each $0.1 5 Each $0.30 



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No. 60 



Koken Cash Registers 

Protection Insurance Information 

No. 150 Cash Register. — Cabinet made of brass, finished in 
natural bronze, nickel or oxidized; genuine white vitro- 
lite slab for testing coins. Large cash drawer, polished 
wood, metal bound, equipped with bill holders and locked 
gold coin compartment. Flexible keyboard has demon- 
inations from 5 cents to $9.95. One operating button 
with nine special department keys as follows: No Sale, 
Paid Out, Chairs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Shine. Mistakes in 
registration can be instantly corrected by pressing "cor- 
rect" key. Visible printed sales slip. A total adder; tells 
at a glance total amount of sales. Counts and records 
all No Sale transactions, also records number of cus- 
tomers waited on. Front and back indications. All 
amounts registered and kind of transactions displayed 
at both front and back of register. A Cash Register that 
will be found thoroughly satisfactory in every respect. 
Price, equipped with electrically illuminated top sign, as 
shown, including necessary supplies $160.00 



No. 125 — Same as above, equipped with regular 
"Amount Purchased" metal top sign instead 
of illuminated sign. 
Price, including necessary supplies. .$135. 00 

For equipping either No. 150 or No. 125 Regis- 
ters with printed receipt or rebate check 
device, showing your business card, etc., 
extra $50.00 

Additional key banks, with captions, as desired, 
extra $25.00 



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No. 60 Cash Register. — Cabinet made of brass, finished in nat- 
ural bronze, nickel or oxidized; genuine white vitrolite slab 
for testing coins. Cash drawer of polished wood, metal 
bound and equipped with bill holders. Flexible keyboard 
has denominations from one cent to $3.99. One operating 
button, which is also used as a "No Sale" key. Mistakes 
in registration can be instantly corrected by pressing "cor- 
rect" key. A total adder; tells at a glance total amount of 
sales. Counts and records all "No Sale" transactions, also 
records number of customers waited on. All amounts regis- 

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tered are displayed at both front and back of register. 

ideal Cash Register for smaller shops. 

Price, including necessary supplies $07.50 

For equipping No. 60 Register with visible printed sales slip 

device, extra $25.00 

All Registers shipped F. O. B. factory. 

GUARANTEE. — All Registers guaranteed as to mechanical 
accuracy, workmanship, etc., and will be kept in repair for two 
years without charge for labor, time or material, 
on and special terms 




No. 9 Cash Register 

Fine metal cabinet, triple 
nickel finish. White marble 
shelf for testing coins. A de- 
tail adder with celluloid cov- 
ered tapes on record wheels. 
Nine keys, arranged 5, 10, 15, 
25, 35, 40, 00, 1UU, No Sale. 
Price $27.50 



No. 533 Cash Drawer 

Fitted with alarm and combination that 
allows nutriy changes. 
Each $2.04) 






No. 393 Cash Drawer 



With alarm, improved design. 
Provided with five strong bolts. 
Combination susceptible of 
thirty-two changes. 
Each $2.50 



No. 534 Handy Cash Box 

Made of heavy tin, black japanned. 
Upper tray has six compartments for 
coins; lower tray has two compartments, 
one for bills and one for stamps, etc. 
Paper roll for memorandums. Size. ll*4x 
4%x3% inches. 
Each $1 .75 



No. 534A 
Improved Bill and Change Box 

With Coin Block and Bill Drawer 
The wooden coin till has grooved pockets Tor 
dollars, halves, quarters and dimes, with bowls 
for nickels and pennies, keeping the same as- 
sorted, with silver in right position for counting 
and rolling. This box is superior to any with 
folding sections in that the wooden coin till is 
always in an upright position. The tin drawer 
has three divisions for bills, checks, etc., and the 
whole combination has proved to be a practical 
and popular device for keeping silver and bills 
separate and to facilitate the rapid handling of 
change. 

Each $2.00 

Can be furnished Willi ;, t ......ruon lock as 

used on safes. 

Extra $1.25 



No. 1A Monitor Cash Register 

This Cash Register is operated by checks which, when 
inserted into the register, open the cash drawer and 
ring a bell. Eight different colored checks are supplied, 
also checks to record "No Sale," amounts "Paid Out" 
and "Rec'd on Acc't." 

Price, without checks $10.50 

Checks eaC h, .02 

Checks per 100, 1.75 

Racks to hold 9 different denominations each. .2ft 




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Hot Water Urn. 

Round Shape. 
No. 104 — Polished copper; capacity, 

2 gallons; height. 12 in 

Each $8.00 

No. 105 — Polished copper; capacity, 

3 gallons; height. 14 in. 

Each sp:t.."»0 

No. 106 — Copper, nickel plated; ca- 
pacity, 2 gallons; height. 12 in. 

Each $3.50 

No 10S — Copper, nickel plated; ca- 
pacitv. 3 gallons', height, 14 in. 
Each $4.00 




No. 6 Bunsen Gas Burner. 

Built especially for use under hot 
water boilers in barber shops. Can be 
attached to the gas connection as easy 
is an ordinary lamp. Length, 3 in. 
Each .$0.35 




No. 331 Oil Stove. 

Four-inch wick, cast iron base, with 
one burner; height, 8% in.; length, 
6% in. 
Each $<>.!»<> 

No. 679 Oil Stove. 

Double burner, rapid heater; 9 In. 
long, 10% in. high. 
Each $ !.<:<> 




Hot Water Urn. 

A favorite design, made of fine cop- 
per, heavily nickel plated; height, 21 
inches; supplied with gasoline vapor 
lamp. 
No. 110 — Capacity, 2 :;n':cm*. 

Each $7.00 

No. 11." — Capacity. 

Each 7.50 




20th Century Hot Water Urn. 

Design strictly new. A pattern 
which looks well in any shop; made 
of 24-oz. copper; heavily nickel plated. 
No. 120 — Capacity, 2 pnllons. 

Each $1 l.oo 

No. 125 — Capacity. ;i gallon*. 

Each 12.50 




Hot Water Urn. 

Crescent Shape. 

To fit around stovepipe. 

No. lOl — Polished copper; capacltf. 

2 gallons; height, 12 In. 

Each $3.00 

No. 102 — Polished copper; capacity, 

3 gallons; height, 14 in. 

Each $3.50 

No. 103 — Copper, nickel plated; ca- 
pacity, 2 gallons; height, 12 in. 

Each $3.50 

No. 107 — Copper, nickel plated; ca- 
pacity, 2% gallons; height, 13* 
in. Each $4.00 




No. 4 Gasoline Vapor Lamp. 

The most economical heater in the 
market. For use under hot-water urns 
or copper boilers. 
Each $0.05 




No. 12 Alcohol Gas Stove. 

A handy article to heat anything 
anywhere; makes its own gas; is port- 
able; uses only 2 cents worth of alco- 
hol in an hour; no wick; 4*4 in. 
spread, 4 in. high. Each $0.60 



No. 680 Oil Stove. 

Made entirely of brass; easy to oper- 
ate; no soot, no smell, no smoke; 
Same can be regulated. Height, 7>- 
in.; width of burner plate, S in. Full 
directions with each stove. 
Each 93.60 



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No. 39 

Glass Steriliser 

Entirely new. The finest, 
most attractive and practical 
shelf sterilizer ever offered. 
Made of Heavy wnite opal 
glass, molded in one piece, -with 
nickel-plated cast brass frame 
around door. Completely san- 
itary 1 throughout. Size, 14 in. 
tfide, 13X in- "'g n > 8 X in- 
deep. Use KOLO-FORM 
sterilizing fluid for sterilizing. 
Price, v?ifh fliree metal tray's, 

$16.00 

See illustration beuntf. 



No. 3 

AUTOMATIC STERILIZER 

This is the latest and most practi- 
cal and convenient sterilizer made. 
It is entirely automatic. Fill the 
pump up every two or three weeks 
and it will discharge a little spray 
in sterilizer each time the door is 
closed thereby keeping the same 
amount of sterilizing fluid in the 
case. Other sterilizers depend upon 
a blotter saturated with a steriliz- 
ing fluid to sterilize the instruments 
which loses its strength when the 
door is opened often. Costs about 
3 cents a week to run. White en- 
ameled throughout. Low in price, 
too. Height 15 inches, width 13 J^ 
inches, depth 1 2 ' 4 inches. 
Price $10.oo 

No. 4. Height 12 inches, width 
13 1 4 in., depth 121., in. $9.50 





No. 30 

Cabinet Sterilizer 

No. 30 — Cabinet sterilizer. 
Frame made of oak with glass 
all around; two white en- 
ameled trays; metal trim- 
mings; size, 10%xl2M>x9% 
inches. Kolo-Form steriliz- 
ing fluid is used for steril- 
izing. Price SfSS.OO 

No. 40 — Cabinet sterilizer 
Same style as No. 30, with 
four trays; size, 15 l 4xl4%x 
9% inches. Price . . $10. oO 

No. 41 — Cabinet sterilizer. 
Same style as No. 30, with 
five trays; size, 18%xl2y 2 x 
12% inches. 
Price $13.00 

All above can be had white 
enameled instead of oak at 
same price. 




No. 39 

No. 42 Ford Sterilizer 

Made of metal, white enameled. The two drawers have 
compartments for razors, shears and various other tools, 
also has check rack on top. Size, 8Vjx9i4xl2 inches. Kolo- 
Form sterilizing fluid is used for sterilizing. 

Price $S.uO 

31 Water Heater and 
Sterilizer 

A simple, durable and sanitary device. 
Six-gallon heavy copper tank, with an 
anti-rust shelf, holding several dozen 
towels, resting on cast-iron 
grate fastened to two 
pressed steel wall brackets. 
Has a powerful gasoline 
burner fitted to two-quart 
gasoline tank. Operated 
at a cost of only 1/3 cent g^5 
per hour. Can also be had 
with a self-cleaning city 
gas burner. 
Price $10.50 

No. 32 — Same as above, 
with nickel-plated tank. 
Price $11. .10 




No. 42 



No. 31 



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Made of burnished copper. 
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The Buffalo Sanitary Sterilizer. 

Made of liravy copper, ni. kcl plated, 
with 11-tnch square top; white enam 
eled Iron stand; will hold from six to 
eight Turkish towels; lower compart- 
ment holds -ix .inarts of water; six 
spaces for razors. Total height, 46 
inches. Will do the work for one to 
four chairs. 

No. 50 — With gas burner 

Bach 926.00 

No. .". 1— With gasoline burner. 

Each 20.00 

No. 52— With gaa bui 

Each 2S.OO 

No. 5!t — With gasoline hurner 

Each .•!<>.<«» 

Noa, 52 and 53 hold from fourteen 
to eighteen Turkish towels, hold four 
gallons of water, eight spaces for 
razors. Total height, 50 inches. Will 
ilo (he work for four to eight chairs. 



No. 400 Sterilizer. 

Bohemian blue glass with 
red cross on white background 
in front; brass, nickel-plated 
cover. 

Each $0.00 




No. 63 



The Buffalo Sanitary Sterilizer. 

Made of heavy copper, nickel plated. Round top. 10 
inches in diameter; will hold from four to five Turkish 
towels; lower compartment holds six quarts of water; six 
spaces for razors. Total height, 20 inches. Will do the 
work for one to three chairs. 

No. 54 — With gas burner each, $18.00 

No. .">."> — With gasoline burner each, 21.00 

No. .">0 — With gas burner each, 25.00 

No. T>7 — With gasoline burner each, 28.00 

Nos. 56 and 57 hold from ten to twelve Turkish towels, 
hold four gallons of water, eight spaces for razors. Total 
height, 25 inches. Will do the work for four to ten chairs. 
White enameled stand, extra $4.50 



No. 63 Sterilizer. 

Made of heavy copper, nickel plated; compartment for 
steaming towels. Solid brass faucet with T handle. Mount- 
ed on thirty-inch white enameled iron stand. 

Price, with gas burner. . $14. OO 

Price, with gasoline burner 16. 50 

No. 04 — Same as above, mounted on three-inch legs. 

Price, with gas burner $10.50 

Price, with gasoline burner 1 :*..(><» 



No. 33 Sterilizer. 

Made of heavy copper, nickel plated. Has horizontal 
towel steaming chamber, fitted with rolling door; has ver- 
tical body for hot water, with draw-off faucet, indicative 
gauge and gas burner. The sterilizing chamber has a 
steam channel with copper perforated disks resting on same 
with steam outlet. Mounted on iron white enameled stand, 
fancy giass sign on top. Adapted for a three or four chair 
shop. 

Price i?S2.50 

Gasoline burner and tank for Nos. 33 and 34 steril- 
izers, extra r .00 

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No. 58 Vulcan Sterilizer. 

Made of extra heavy planished copper. Highly nickel plated 
outside and tinned on inside. It consists of sterilizing chamber 
and water tank. Automatic drop door on sterilizing chamber. 
Nickel plated pipe stand. Sterilizing chamber can be turned in 
any direction. Adapted for two to six chair shop. 

Price, with gas burner !(i7o.OO 

Price, with live steam connection 7S.OO 

Price, with gasoline burner 82.00 

No. 61A Sterilizer 

Made of heavy copper, nickel-plated; tubular steel stand, 
white enameled finish. Twelve separate compartments for towels, 
making positive and rapid sterilization; space at end for steril- 
izing razors. Towels are conveniently removed. 

Price, with gas burners $62.50 

Price, with gasoline burners 72.50 



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No. 58 

No. 59 Vulcan Sterilizer. 

Large size, same as above, but 
adapted for eight to ten-chair shop. 

Price, with gas burner SpSJMtO 

Price, with live steam connec- 
tion 1)2.00 

Price, with gasoline burner. . . 96.00 






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No. 60 

No. 60 Eagle Sterilizer. 

Made of heavy planished copper- 
highly nickel plated and mounted on 
white enameled pipe stand. Consists 
of sterilizing chamber and water tank. 
Fitted with electric light attachment. 
Adapted for four to six-chair shop. 

Price, with gas burner $S5.<H> 

Price, with gasoline burner... f>2.<><» 
Price, with electric heater. . . . !>7.«>o 



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No. 61A 



No. 34 Sterilizer. 

Made of heavy copper, nickel plated. Has sterilizing com- 
partment for steaming towels; noiseless revolving top (no 
hinges), indicative gauge, draw-off faucet, thermometer and gas 
burner. Mounted on iron white enameled stand. Adapted for a 
two or three-chair shop. 

Price $37.50 

No. 61 Sterilizer. 

Made of metal with heavy copper nickel plated casing. Large 
towel steaming chamber. Hot water compartment, fitted with 
indicative gauge and draw-off faucet; complete with gas burner. 
Mounted on white enameled pipe stand. Adapted for five or six 
chair shop. 

Price, with gas burner SJS75.00 

Price, with gasoline burner SO. 00 



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No. 73 Ice Towel Humidor 

Q A piece of furniture that adds the 
master touch to shop equipment and qual- 
ity service. Indispensable to the complete 
equipment of a first-class barber shop. 
Q Snow white opalite glass exterior, with 
nickel-plated brass trimmings. White 
1'iiameled finish interior. 
(J Absolutely air tight with separate com- 
partments for ice and towels. The con- 
struction of this humidor is the same as 
the finest refrigerators, insuring a mini- 
mum consumption of ice. 
<J Has water-cooling arrangement with 
inverted glass bottle on top. faucet and 
glass holder on side. 

<J The ice rests upon pipes through which 
the water passes, furnishing ice water 
at all times for your patrons. 




No. 73 Ice Towel Humidor 

|J It is mounted on heavy nickel-plated 
metal legs with nickel-plated brass rack 
for surplus towels. 

U Height. Including bottle, 74 inches: 
width, 22 inches; depth, 20% inches. 

(j[ Dimensions of ice chamber: width. 
15% inches: depth. 14 inches: height. 
13 inches. 

<J Towel compartment: width. 15% 
inches; depth. 14 inches; height, 14 
inches. The finest humidor made. 

d This humidor can be equipped with 
drain pipe through floor if desired with- 
out extra cost. 
Price, as shown $160.00 




No. 74 



No. 74 Ice Towel Humidor 

A practical humidor. Made of steel, 
porcelain enameled inside and out. Light, 
durable and inexpensive. Absolutely sani- 
tary. It is constructed to prevent waste of 
ice and insures cold towels at all times. 
Has heavy lid with white glass knobs; legs 
have rubber feet. Has a cool, professional, 
sanitary appearance. Surplus water is 
drained into a porcelain enameled bucket. 
Height, 36 inches; diameter, 16 inches. It 
can be equipped with drain pipe through 
floor if desired, without extra cost. 
Price, as shown !|!1 7.."iO 

The Allspaw Sterilizer 

Cabinet made of heavy nickeled copper, 
with razor sterilizing compartment on one 
side. Individual drawers for each barber. 
No burning of hands by wringing of hot, wet 
towels. Makes a dry steam towel (thor- 
oughly sterilized) for each customer. Sup- 
plies plenty of hot water for shaves, etc. 
It is mounted on a white enameled iron 
stand. A desirable addition to any shop. 
No. 70— Two drawers: for one to three- 
chair shops. 

Price, with gas burner $65.00 

Price, with gasoline burner 70.00 

No. 71 — Four drawers; for four to six-chair 
shops. 

Price, with gas burner $75.00 

Price, with gasoline burner SO.OO 

No. 72 — Six drawers: for six to ten-chair 
shops. 

Price, with gas burner $80.00 

Price, with gasoline burner 85.00 

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No. 20 Porcelain Enameled Bath Tub 

Highest grade. Guaranteed for five years. 
Has 3-inch rolled rim. nickel-plated Fuller double bath cock, supply pipes, connected waste and overflow, chain and rubber stopper. 
Price, 5-foot $42.50 Price, 5% -foot $47.50 Price, 6-foot $52.50 

No. 25 Porcelain Enameled Bath Tub 

Guaranteed for two years. 
Has 3-inch rolled rim. nickel-plated Fuller double bath cock, supply pipes, connected waste and overflow, chain and rubber stopper. 
Price, 5-foot $32.50 Price, 5%-foot $36.25 Price, 6-foot $40.75 



No. 421 Wood Drip Mat 

For bath room. Can be rolled up. 
Made of oak, oiled. Size, 20x36 inches. 
Each $2.75 




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No. 3 Chain Stay 

Nickel-plated; to hold chain on basin 
stopper. 
Each $0.25 

Hot Water Tanks 

Galvanized iron with tube and 
couplings 

Tested and Warranted 



Capacity 


Size 


Each 


30 gals. 


5 ft. x 12 in. 


$12.00 


40 gals. 


5 ft. x 14 in. 


14.00 


52 gals. 


5 ft. x 16 in. 


18.50 


66 gals. 


5 ft. x 18 in. 


26.00 


82 gals. 


5 ft. x 20 in. 


30.00 


100 gals. 


5 ft. x 22 in. 


40.00 


120 gals. 


5 ft. x 24 in. 


46.00 



Larger sizes quoted on application. 

Boiler Stands 

Size Each 

12 or 14 in. diameter $1.50 

16 in. diameter 1.75 

18 in. diameter 2.50 

20 in. diameter 2.50 

22 in. diameter 3.00 

24 in. diameter 3.00 



No. 4 Bath Chains 

With snaps complete. Nickel-plated. 

Bath chain; 27 inches .. each, $0.20 
No. 5 — Basin chain; 16 inches. 

Each 10 

No. 2 Rubber Basin Stopper 

Flat, suction stopper; will not slip 
through. 
Each $0.15 

No. 1 Rubber Basin Stopper 

Size, 1% inches. 
Each $0.10 




Marble Basins 

Patent overflow, rubber plug; out- 
side measure, 14 inches; inside meas- 
ure, 12 inches. 
Each $1.50 

Patent overflow basin for metal plug. 
Each same as above. 
Metal plug, extra each, $0.40 



Cold Water Tanks Made of Galvanized Iron 

These tanks are made of heavy material and are strong by reason of their circular form and on account of the beaded 
construction. The top has a heavy wrought iron band surrounding it and securely attached to it. A heavy wooden bottom 
is secured under it to give it stiffness at that point, 

100-gai. Tank each, $10.00 

200" " " 15.00 

300 " " " 19.00 

400 " " " 25.00 



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No. 24 Quick Pression Com- 
bination Lavatory and 
Shampoo Fixture 
Nickel-plated, with long spout and 
china indexed handles. 

Each $7.00 

No. 24A — Same as ..., m. with short 
spout. 
Each $7.00 





No. 27 Quick Pression Basin 
Cock 

Nickel-plated ; china indexed handles ; 
small size. 
Each $1.75 

No. 28 — Same as above; large size. 
Each $2.00 



No. 23 Compression Shampoo 
Fixture 

Nickel-plated ; china indexed handles. 
A practical and convenient fixture. In 
ordering give distance from center to 
center of cock holes. 
Each $16.00 






No. 349 Three Way 

i^hnmDoo connection for 
%-inch hoae. 
Bach $0.25 



No. V? Fuller Basin Cock 

Brass, nickel plated; furnished 
regularly with %-inch I. P. male 
couplings. 
Each $2.00 

No. 6 Fuller Double Basin Cock 

Nickel plated. 
Each $5.00 pjo. 

No. 8 Fuller Double Basin Cock 

Nickel plated. 
Each $8. OO 

Rubber Hose 

For Shampoo Sprinklers 
%-inch; white rubber; heavy. 

Per foot :.$0.10 

%-inch; pure red gum; extra quality 
and very flexible. Per foot.. . .$0.20 
7/16-inch; white rubber; -cloth in- 
serted. Per foot $0.12 

7/16-inch; red rubber; cloth in- 
serted. Per foot $0.10 

No. 3 Shampoo Sprinkler 

Nickel plated. 
Each $0.20 

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20 Shampoo and 

Basin Cock 

Nickel plated; for two-bowl 
stands. The distinct feature of 
this cock is the combined Puller 
and compression cocks, which 
make repairing easy, all work- 
ing parts being readily acces- 
sible. 
Each $18.00 

No. 21 — For one-bowl stands. 
Each $11.00 



No. 8 Fuller 
Shampoo Cock 

Nickel plated, with hose 
and sprinkler. 

Each $S.OO 

No. O — Same as No. S. 
with china indexed 
handles. Each. . .$8.75 




No. 5 Shampoo Sprinkler 

Brass, nickel plated; with rubber 
cushion. 
Each $0.30 



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No. 477 Shampoo and Bath 
Spray 

Equipped with 5 feet red cloth in- 
serted rubber tubing; two-way hold- 
fast faucet connections, nickel-plated 
rubber cushion spray; 3% inches in 
diameter. 
Each 92.00 




No. 250 Hydromatic Drain 

Pipe Flusher 

Sanitary; easy to operate; saves 
plumbers' bills. The only flusher built 
that combines air pressure with water 
pressure. It will open a partially 
stopped pipe and clean it thoroughly. 
Complete with No. 450 slip-on con- 
nection. 
Each $2.25 

No. 478 Portable Shower Bath 

Brass, nickel-plated; nothing to rust. 
Diameter of curtain ring, 24 inches; 
diameter of shower, 7% inches. 
Equipped with best grade hose and 
never-slip faucet connection. White 
duck curtain; can be used in any bath 
room; easily put up with four screws 
in five minutes. 
Each $10.50 



No. 442 Hold Fast Two-Way 

To be used on hot and cold water 
faucets. A very handy article where 
the double basin cock is not used. 
Each .fl.OO 

No. 434 Glass Towel Bar 

No. 434 — Solid brass sockets, nickel 

plated, with crystal glass bar % inch 

thick and 18 inches long. 

Each $1.00 

No. 435 — With crystal glass bar 1 

inch thick, 24 inches long. 

Bach $1.50 





No. 351 Bath Tub Seat 

Adjustable; very substantial; heav- 
ily nickeled rods covered with rubber. 
Made of oak, white enameled. Size, 
5*4x20 inches. 
Each $1.75 

No. 445 Hold Fast 

Aluminum faucet connection, with 
rubber disc. Can easily be replaced; 
will not come off, and prevents sham- 
poo hose from splitting. 
Each $0.35 





No. 475 Shampoo and Bath 

Spray 

Furnished with 5 feet red cloth in- 
serted rubber tubing, hold-fast faucet 
connection, nickel - plated rubber 
cushion spray; 3M> inches in diam 
eter. 
Bach $1.50 




No. 450 Slip-On Faucet 
Connection 

Fits any faucet. The three sizes of 
hole eliminate stretching, thus giving 
durability. Water pressure can not 
possibly blow it off. 
Each $0.35 

No. 21 Towel Rack 

One swinging arm; made of %-lnch 
heavy brass tubing; 16 inches long; 
nickel plated each, $0.40 

No. 22— Same as No. 21, with 2 arms. 
Each $0.65 

No. 23 — Same as No. 21, with 3 arms. 
Each $0.90 



No. 25 Soap Dish 

Made of brass, nickel plated: arms 
can be curved as shown to fit any bath 
tub or may be left straight to attach 
to wall. 
Bach $0.75 



No. 76 Superior 
Toilet Paper 

Made of best grade 
puio tissue; perforated. 
Guaranteed 1000 sheets. 
Largest roll high grade 
paper for the money. 

Per dozen $0.60 

Per case, 100 rolls 4.75 





No. 77 Diamond 
Toilet Paper 

Made of good grade 
pure tissue; perforated. 

Per dozen $0.40 

Per case. 100 rolls 3.00 



No. 81 Toilet Paper 
Holder 

Made of iron ; heavily 
nickel plated; has cut- 
ter for paper. 

Each $0.25 



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KOKEN'S REGAL VIBRATOR 




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i RE you satisfied with 
the number of mas- 
sages you get? If not, 
install a Koken Regal Mas- 
sage Machine and get results. 
($ It is the newest, most ad- 
vanced and improved type of 
machine for mechanical mas- 
saging yet produced. 
4J Simple regulation features 
permit the operator lo get any 
speed and strength of vibra- 
tion wanted. 

•J Entire machine is iron, heavily nickel-plated and very handsome in appearance; operated by latest improved push 
button switch and motor or most durable design. 

•J Furnished regularly with either rubber cup hand piece No. 1 or Vibro hand attachment No. 2. As both are inter- 
changeable, by purchasing the machine with both hand pie;es you have two machines at but a little more than the cost 
of one, and can give all forms of treatment. 




When you order state whether your electric current Is direct 
or alternating. Also give voltage and number of alternations. 



Price, complete with either No. 1 hand piece and attachments or No. 2 Vibro hand attachment $70. 0© 

No. 2 Vibro hand attachment, if purchased alone each, 10.00 

For prices on Applicators see page 103 
Use Massageine Cream when giving machine massage. See page 134 



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KoV-en's DeLuxe 



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No. 677 De Luxe Vibrator 

Smallest and lightest massage machine 
for professional use. Weight, 30 ounces. 
Equipped with latest design air-cooled 
motor, 1/6 horsepower. Finished in bright 
aluminum. Operates on either direct or 
alternating current, 110 volts. Lever regu- 
lates the stroke large or small, or as strong 
and light as you wish. Gives ten to thirty 
thousand vibrations per minute. No vibra- 
tions in the handle. Guaranteed against any 
defects in construction. Seven applicators, 
as shown. Complete in silk-lined case. 
Each $27.50 




Type C. New Life Vibrator. The 
strongest and best machine made. 
One-eighth horse power, high speed. 
Being made of aluminum is also the 
lightest for its power. Weight only 
2/2 lbs. Guaranteed against me- 
chanical defects. This machine has 
the true Swedish movement. Easily 
controlled by the patented regulator. 
Fifteen different speeds. Complete 
with six applicators in a plush lined 
case $25.00 



Applicators for De Luxe Regal 
and Rival Vibrators 

No. B — Soft rubber brusb apph 
cator for scalp ijto.nti 

No. C — Soft rubber cup apph 
calor for face ffMHI 

No. O — Hard rubber disc appli 
caior for body »o.un 

No. R— Hard rubber half-ball 
applicator for body fO.Tr, 

No. S — Soft rubber cup appli- 
cator for face $n.nn 

No. T — Soft rubber disc appli- 
cator for face yn.ni> 

No. U— Soft rubber half ball ap 
plicator for face or body.ffn.uo 

No. X — Soft, rubber Bponge ap- 
plicator for face f l.on 

No. Y — Soft rubber disc appli- 
cator for face or body... #1. no 




No. 384 Rubber Massage Bulb 

An indispensable article in 
all up-to-date barber shops 
where face massage has been 
introduced. Pull directions 
for use with every bulb. 
Each $0.25 

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| Makes the vibrator 

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| the operator to give a 

| better massage in less 

| time. 

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Koken Massage Cup 

A most effective instrument 
to massage the face. Three 
sizes. 

No. 1 — %-in. cup opening. 
No. 2 — 1 -in. cup opening. 
No. 3 — Hi -in. cup opening. 
Each $0.3.-. 

Applicators for New Life Vibrator 

Face Cup $ .50 

Scalp Applicator, large .50 

small 50 

Sponge " 60 

Scalp Brush 1.00 

Body Applicator 60 

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No. 678 De Luxe Junior Vibrator 

A small and light-weight satisfactory mas- 
sage machine of moderate price. Equipped 
with latest design air-cooled motor, 1/! 
horsepower. Bright aluminum finish. Made 
to operate on either direct or alternating 
current, 110 volts. Equipped with button 
regulator on side for controlling the speed 
of vibration. Guaranteed against any de- 
fects in construction. Complete In silk- 
lined case with five applicators, as shown. 
This machine at price will please you. 

Each $22.50 




Type A New Life Vibrator. A compact 
and serviceable machine, light weight, less 
than two pounds. Fully guaranteed. Has 
patented speed control. Polished aluminum 
frame. Ideal for shop and home use. Fully 
guaranteed. Complete with six applicators, 
in a plush lined case $15.00 



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KOKEN'S REGAL HAIR DRYER 

"CIENTIFICALLY designed, it fulfills every requirement the profession exacts. - 

<I The large volume of either hot or cold air which can be thrown by this machine makes it a pleasure to 

operate. 

JJ A heavy head of hair can be dried in from three to five minutes. 

<I As the air is heated entirely by electricity, there is no gas odor present to offend the customer. 
t[ The air tube is of telescopic design and can be adjusted from fourteen to twenty-four inches in length. 
1J The motor is swivel-mounted on a ball-bearing pedestal, which permits the operator to direct the current of air in 
any direction with the utmost ease. 

•J Entire machine is made of white metal, heavily nickel-plated, which makes it a thoroughly sanitary and beautiful 
shop fixture. 
tj The hundreds of satisfied users of Koken's Regal Hair Dryer demonstrate its superiority. 



When you order state whether your current Is direct or 
alternating. Also give voltage and number of alternations. 



Price, complete . 



.$55.00 



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DECKELMAN BROS.. INC., 46-48 Turk St.. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 




No. 688 De Luxe Portable 

Hair Dryer 

We recommend this machine and sell it 
under our absolute guarantee. Koken's De 
Luxe Portable Hair Dryer is a real machine, 
absolutely perfect, instantaneous heater; light 
weight and fool proof. Throws a large 
volume of hot or cold air. Is used and en- 
dorsed by the finest shop owners in the 
world. The motor is universal, operating on 
either direct or alternating current, 110 volts. 
Price, complete $22. 50 



No. 692 
Portable Hair Dryer 

A good first-class dryer for 
those wanting a moderate-priced 
machine. Has a strong motor, 
throwing a good volume of either 
hot or cold air. Made to operate 
on either direct or alternating 
current, 110 volts. 
Price, as shown $17.50 



No. 684 Masseuse Battery 

This machine is suited to meet limited 
requirements when a small battery with com 
plete appliances is wanted, consisting of ! 
pair conducting cords (2 colors), 1 pair No 
40 nickeled tubular metal handles, 1 No. 1 
wooden handle with spongio disc, 1 No. 11 
massage roller electrode, 1 No. 30 wrist 
spongio electrode, 1 No. 35 hair brush elec 
trode, 1 nickeled foot plate, 1 pamphlet of 
instructions. 
Price $7.50 



No. 448 Halliwell Hair Dryer 

A very effective machine. Will dry a heavy head of hair in six minutes. Powerful construction. Electricity operate! 
the gas-heated fan, which produces the hot and cold air. Fitted with air shaft, complete. 

Price, for direct current $55.00 Price, for alternating current $60.00 

No. 449 — Is operated entirely by electricity; no gas used. 

Price, for direct current $05.00 Price, for alternating current 70.00 




Roger's Violet Ray Generator 

Made entirely of hard rubber. Is the most simple and 
up-to-date high-frequency instrument on the market. Ex- 
tremely light and compact; the ideal oufit because of its 
high oscillating capacity and heavy ozone production. Ab- 
solutely safe to handle; impossible to receive a burn or 
injury of any kind. 

Price, with one electrode $27.50 

Case, extra 5.00 




The Eagle Violet Ray Machine 

In this machine we offer the maximum of operative effi- 
ciency at the minimum price. The apparatus is complete 
to the minutest detail and will fulfill every requirement. 
Complete with body and scalp electrode. Each. . . .$17.50 

Applicators for Violet Ray Machines 

When ordering, mention for which style of machine 
applicators are wanted. 

Hand Electrode 

Each $1.50 

Comb or Scalp Electrode 

Each $2.50 

Surface or Body Electrode 

Each $1 .00 

Fulguration Electrode 

For Removing Warts and Moles 

Each $1.50 



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Art Towel Urns and Skaving Paper Urns 

Our Exclusive Designs 

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No. 39 — Made of unbreakable 
fibre, white enameled, with 
silver Grecian border. Size, 
21%xll% inches, .each, $5.75 

No. 164A — Shaving Paper Urn 
to match. Size, 7%xfi^i 
inches each, 1 



No. 27 — A striking cut-out 
pottery in design of green 
and blue blended. Size, 
18x9% inches each, $3.7S 

No. 156— Shaving Paper Urn 
to match. Size, 7x7% 
inches each. 



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No. 40 — Octagon. Height 22J4 inches, width 10J4 
inches. Each $8.50 



No. 166 — To match Urn No. 40. Height 15 inches. 
•width 6 inches. Each $3*50 



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No. 167 




No. 168 



No. 41 



No. 41 — Tourist. Height 22j2 inches, width 9}4 
inches. Each $8.50 



No. 167 — To match Urn No. 41. Height 12 inches, 
width 5M inches. Each $2.50 



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No. 42 



No. 43 



No. 43 — Jeannette. 
Height 21 inches, vJidth 
8)-2 inches. Each. .$6.50 



No. 169 — To match Urn 
No. 43. Height 6 inches, 
width 6}/2 inches. 
Each 41.00 



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No. 169 



N o . 4 2 — O a h w o o d . 
Height 19 inches, width 
12 inches. Each. . .$9.50 



No. 168 — To match Urn 
No. 42. Height 7 inches, 
-cOidth 73-2 inches. 
Each $1.50 




No. 44 



No. 44— Gloss White. 

Height 20 }-^ inches, width 
9) 2 inches. Each. . $4.50 



No. 170 — To match Urn 
No. 44. Height 6%inches, 
width 6 inches. Each '$1 ,00 



No. 170 



Art Towel Urns and Skaving Paper Urns 




No. 35 



No. 35 — Height 16 inches, width 13 inches. 

Eacl1 $7.50 

No. 149— To match Urn No. 35. Height 
7}^ inches, width 7j-£ inches. Each.. $1.50 

No. 14 — Height 16 inches, width 12 inches. 
Each $7.50 

No. 34 — Same pattern, I-Oory. Each . . $7.50 

No. 148— To match Um No. 14. Height 
7 inches, width 7 inches. Each $1 50 

No. 158 — To match Urn No. 34. K>ory. 
Each $-1 .30 




No. 154 

No. 154— To match Urn No. 33. Height 
8 inches, width 8 inches. Each $1.75 



: No. 17 — Height 16 inches, width 12 inches. 
Each , $7.oo 

No. 37 — Same pattern, I-\>ory. Each . . $7.00 

No. 151 — To match Um No. 17. Height 
7 inches, width 7 inches. Each $1.50 

No. 165 — To match Urn No. 37. I-Oory. 
Each $1.50 

No. 32 — Height 16J^ inches, width 12 
inches. Each $8.00 

No. ISO — To match Urn No. 32. Height 
7]^2 inches, width 7 inches. Each. . . . $1.75 




No. 14 



No. 148 



No. 150 



No. 32 



Imported and Domestic Glassware 




Oit Exclusive Designs 



No. 241— Blue, Green, Purpl 
Each 40. 







O. 271 — Purple, Green, 
ue, Eack 40c 



No. 272— Green, Purple. 
Blue. EacK 50c- 




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No. 274 — FiOe Inscrip- 
tions: Xoilet Water, Bay 
Rum, Witch Hazel, Sea 
Foam, Shampoo. 
Each 50c 



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X No - 256 — Rose, Blue 
Green. EacK 40c 







No. 275 — Five Inscrip- 
tions: Witch Hazel, Sham- 
poo, Toilet Water, Bay 
Rum, Sea Foam. 
Each 55c. 




No. 265 — Pink. Blue. Green 
Each 45c. 



No. 268— Ruby. Green, Blue 
Each 65c. 



No. 2 73— Canary, Purple. 
Green. Each 50c. 



No. 266— Yellow, Green, Blue 
Each 50c. 




Imported Bottles and Shaving Paper Urns 

Our Exclusive Designs 





No. 276 — Cut Glass, German Silver Trimmings, Green, Red and Purple. EacK. 



$1.25 




No. 165 EacK $1.10 



No. 159.... Each $1.10 



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No. 401 
Talcum Sifter 

Aluminum, satin finish. 

Each 90.30 

No. 402 — Same as No. 

401, onyx finish. 

Each .ISO.:;.-. 



No. 400! " 
Talcum Sifter 

Aluminum, satin finish. 

Each 90.45 

No. 403— Same as No. 

400, onyx finish. 

Each 90.45 




No. 506 

Brilliantine Bottle. 
Decorated Bohemian 

glass with stopper. 
Each $0.25 



No. 509 Pomade 
Jar. 

White opal glass; 
holds % oz. 
Each SjSO.lO 



No. 510 Pomade Jar. 

Decorated Bohemian 
glass, metal top. 
Each ijtO.40 





No. 5 
Crown Stopper. 

Per dozen 90.SO 



No. 3 Bottle Tubes. 

Regular size 

Per dozen 90.50 

Special sizes furnished 
when desired. 



Liquid Toilet Soap 

Made from a pure vegetable oil 
base; non-Irritating; lathers and 
cleanses quickly; antiseptic and eco- 
nomical. 

Per gallon 91.50 

Per % gallon SO 

Per quart 45 



No. 6 Porcelain 
Sanitary Bottle Tube. 

Per dozen 91.OO 






No. 4 

Self-Closing Tubes. 

Per dozen 9O.8O 



No. 1 
Liquid Soap Dispenser 

Bracket and faucet made of 
brass, nickel plated; glass 
container; sanitary; will not 
drip or clog up; prevents 
waste or theft of soap. 
Price, as shown . . each, 92.25 

No. 2— Single Slab attach- 
ment each, 9:!. 25 

No. 3— Double slab attach- 
ment, for two-bowl wash- 
stand each, 95.50 




No. 504 Aluminum Bottle 

Oxidized and engraved. 
Red, bay rum; blue, toilet 
water; gold, witch hazel. 
Each 90.65 

No. 505 — Same style. Not 
engraved. Satin finish. 
Each , fO.SO 



No. 281 Toilet Bottle 

Clear crystal glass, fluted 
neck; an exceptional value. 
Each 90.35 

No. 282— Toilet bottle. Clear 
crystal glass; modern de- 
sign. Hatches No. 24 mug, 
page 113 90.35 



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Hand Mirrors ( 

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688 Hand Mirror I 



Our latest design; size 
14x14 inches; made of 
best French mirror plate, 
finished in snowy white 
hard enamel, hand 
rubbed. 

The handles on the sides 
and the liberal size mirror 
makes it convenient to show 
customer back of head : at a 
glance. Can be hung on wall, 
out of the way, when not in 
use. 

Price $3.00 




No. 675 Hand Mirror 

Long handle, polished wood back; 
beveled plate, 5%x6% inches. 
Each $1.25 



No. 684 Hand Mirror 

White dextrite ivory; beveled plate, 
5%x5% inches. 
Each $2.00 




No. 4 



No. 685 Hand Mirror 

Highly polished, wood back, long 
handle; beveled plate, 5%x7% inches. 
Each $1.75 

No. 7 Hand Mirror 

Polished frame, assorted woods; 
beveled plate, 5x5 inches. 
Each $1.00 

No. 8 — Beveled plate, 6x6 inches. 

Each $1.25 

No. 1— 3%x5% inches 50 

No. 4 Magnifying Mirror 

One side magnifies, the other is 
plain. Polished wood frame and 
handle; plates, 4%x4% inches. 
Each $1.25 

No. 676 Magnifying Mirror 

One side magnifies extra large, the 
other is plain. Polished wood frame, 
adjustable metal handle; plates, 5x5 
inches. Each $1.60 



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No. 1 1 Atomizer 

Fancy pressed glass with nickel plated nozzle and 
tube. A splendid value. Each s< >..-.<» 




No. 9 Atomizer 

Moulded glass with extra long hard rubber nozzle and 
tube. Each .1(0.45 



Shaving Mugs 

No. 1105 Mug. 
No. 1105 — Made of aluminum, satin 
finish. 
Each $1.00 

No. 1104 Mug. 
No. 1104 — A substantial metal shop 
mug, nickel plated. 
Each JjSl.60 

No. 24 Glass Mug. 

No. 34 — Glass mug. Modern design; 
crystal glass. Very attractive. 
Each $0.35 




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No. 326 Utility Atomizer 

Can be used in any kind of a bottle 
with or without a cork. The heavy 
demand for this atomizer proves it 
is both useful and practical. 
Without bottle each, .f!0.40 



Shaving Mugs 

No. 21 Glass Mug. 

No. 21 — Glass mug. Panel effect on 
side; three prongs in bottom to hold 
soap. Crystal glass; heavy gold 
band top and bottom. 
Each $0.45 

No. 22 Glass Mug. 

No. 22 — Glass mug. Same pattern, 
with silver bands. 
Each $0.45 

No. 20 Glass Mug. 

No. 20 — Glass mug. Same pattern; 
plain, without either gold or silver. 
Each $0.:*5 




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Shaving Mugs 




No. 536. 



No. 537. 



No. 538. 




No. 540. 



No. 541. 



No. 545. 




No. 548 



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No. 553. 



No. 554. 




No. 555. 



No. 556. 



No. 558. 




No. 568 



No. 644. 



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No. 667. 



No. 704. 




No. 718. 



No. 720. 



No. 721. 




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Shaving Mugs 




No. 769 



No. 771. 



No. 785 




No. 786 



No. 791 



No. 808 




No.. 809 



No. 810 

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No. 813 



Shaving Mugs 




No. 815 



Shaving Mugs 




No. 799 



DECKELMAN BROS.. INC.. 46-48 Turk St.. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Price List of Decorated Shaving Mugs 

Illustrated on pages 114 to 120 inclusive 

The prices quoted below are for barbers only, and are for mugs complete, Including name and design for each mug 

A deposit is required with each order, if the full amount Is not paid. See page 3 for terms. 

The prices quoted are for designs as represented. If changes are ordered extra charge will have to be made 



Price 

500 Autograph, or fac-simile of 

owner's handwriting £0.£0 

501 Script letters 65 

502 Monogram 1 .CO 

513 Heavy gold band top and bot- 
tom 75 

520 Blacksmith with anvil and ham- 
mer 1.20 

524 Railway hand-car; very natural. 1.45 

525 Livery stable, building, buggies, 

horses, etc 1 .70 

526 Farmer plowing in field, houses, 

barns and scenery in distance. 1.45 

529 Knights of Pythias 1.45 

530 Telegraph key 1-45 

531 Druggist's mortar 1-70 

532 Barber Shop 1-45 

535 Steer's head, knife and steel 1.45 

536 Bakers at work 1 -~0 

537 Grocery store 1-65 

538 Dry goods store 1-65 

540 Bricklayer at work 1.60 

541 Carpenter at work 1-60 

545 Horseshoer at work 1.70 

548 Machinist at work 1-70 

549 Locomotive and tender 1.45 

550 Locomotive and train of cars. . . . 1.70 

551 Man in buggy, with spanking 

double team 1 .70 

553 Grocery wagon, with one horse. 1.60 

554 Two-horse stake wagon 1.70 

555 R. R. caboose 1 .45 

556 Stationary engine, very exact 

and complete 1-45 

558 Cowboy, horseman lassoing 

cattle 1 .70 

568 Bluebird, ribbon and flowers. 

very attractive 1 .20 

625 Black ground, banded by ice 

fields top and bottom, gold 

base and handle 1.70 



Price 
634 A. O. U. W. anchor and shield 796 

on an artistic fan with forget- 
me-nots; white ribbon for 

name $1.70 

644 Brotherhood of R. R. Trainmen, 

showing lantern, red and green 799 

flags 1 .45 

658 Artistic winter landscape, show- 
ing bird sitting on branches goo 

in the foreground 1.00 

664 Ornamented gold band and 

sprays, with roses 1.20 g02 

667 New saloon design 1.65 

701 Spray of roses 70 803 

704 American flag 1.20 

708 Dog and snipe 1.35 

710 Two horse heads 1.45 808 

718 Knights of Pythias 1.10 

809 

720 "Woodmen of America 1.05 

721 Redmen's emblem 1,10 

723 Masonic square and compass 

emblem 90 

740 Two horses frightened by flash 

of lightning 1.70 

748 Black background, white letters 1.20 810 

754 Birds sitting on limb of a tee.. .85 811 

766 Elk's emblem; handsomely exe- 
cuted 1.10 

769 Woodmen of the World em- 812 

blem, plain design 1.05 813 

771 F. O. E. emblem, eagle and cross 

flags, filigree 1-20 814 

773 A neat bunch of violets and 

leaves under a well executed 815 

gold filigree 80 g 16 

783 Sweet peas, variously colored 95 g^ 

784 Hunter shooting birds, a pleas- 

ing design for a sportsman 1.35 g^g 

785 Knights of Columbus emblem.. 1.20 

786 Odd Fellow's 3-link emblem 80 gig 

791 Plumber at work 1.60 



Price 
A magnificent Elk emblem 
against the official Elk colors 
of purple and white, sur- 
rounded with heavy raised 

gold and forget-me-nots $2.20 

Two horses' heads in raised gold 
frame, surrounded by maroon 
background and flowers 2.20 

Bird dogs, a work of art, in 
frame of embossed gold 
against blended background.. 2.20 

White and pink tea roses, with 
richly blended background.... 1.20 

Cowboy on galloping horse, a 
striking design in true west- 
ern coloring 1.70 

Carefully drawn dynamo, de - 

sign of especial merit 1.70 

Automobile 1.70 

Design of any special make can 
be furnished if supplied with 
a cut, also if furnished with a 
photo. We will transfer auto- 
mobile with occupants to mug 

in an artistic manner 2.70 

Elk's emblem; latest design.... 1.20 
Masonic emblem, with blended 
blue background and gold 

filigree 1.40 

A neat cluster of cherries 90 

Moose emblem, in blended ma- 
roon background 1 .50 

Spray of roses with green back- 
ground 1 .60 

Scalloped forget-me-not design. 1.45 

Conventional violet design 1.45 

Duck and drake design sur- 
rounded by a lake background 1.70 
An attractive currant design 
with blended background 1.20 

Groups of yellow roses with 
green shading 1.10 



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Price List of Shaving Mugs (Cost to Barbers) 



Numbered Mugs 

Medium Large 

Gold striped Per doz., $4.25 $5.25 

Gold banded Per doz., 5.25 6.25 

Gold banded, with gold wreath Per doz., 6.25 7.25 

Plain Mugs 

Medium Large 

Plain imported china mugs Per doz., $3.00 $3.75 

Plain gold band mugs Per doz., 4.00 4.75 



Extra Charges 

For script letters $0.10 

For autographs or fac-simile of handwriting 26 

For gold shading on black or blue letters 10 

For Roman letters 10 

Cups and Saucers 

Cups and saucers with same design as on shaving mugs will 
cost from 25c to 75c more than the latter. 



Various Styles of Letters Used in Decorating Mugs 



Roman 

JOHN N. BLEECK 



Old English Text 

Andrew iloljnsott 



Block Letter Script 

GEO. F. ROGERS t^t. ffl^rtt/v// 

Roman and script, 10c more per mug than Old English 



We can make any Mug shown in other catalogues or mug sheets at prices quoted therein 

Price List of Decorated Shaving Mugs 

Trade Designs, Lodge, Society and all other Emblems 

The prices here quoted are for barbers only and are for mugs complete, including name and design for each mug 



A Price 

American Legion of Honor $1.10 

Anvil, hammer and tongs 1.00 

A. O. U. W. emblem 1.10 

A. P. A. emblem 1.10 

Architect emblem, plain 1.10 

Auctioneer's emblem 1.05 

Automobile, illustrated 1.70 

B 

Baggage master, truck and car $1.65 

Bakers at work, illustrated. No. 53fi.. 1.70 
Baker' s emblem , two lions and 

pretzel 1 .40 

Baker's wagon, horse and driver. . . . 1.60 

Barber's implements 1.00 

Barber shop, illustrated, No. 532 1.45 

Baseball and bats 90 

Baseball player 1.55 

Basket maker at work. 1.60 

Basket of peaches 1.40 

Bass fiddle 1 25 

Bear 1.40 

Beer bottle and glasses 1.40 

Beer brewer's emblem 1.40 

Beer glass 90 

Beer wagon, horses and driver 1.70 

Bicycle and rider -, . . 1.55 

Billiard playing 1.60 

Billiard table, balls and cue 1.40 

Bill poster posting bills 1.60 

Blacksmith at work 1.70 

Boiler maker at work 1.60 

Bookbinder at work 1.60 

Bookbinder's emblem 1.40 

Book in hand 1 .40 



Price 

Bookkeeper and desk $1.60 

Boot and shoe 1 .00 

Bottle blower at work 1.70 

Box of cigars 1.20 

Brass horn or cornet 1.20 

Bricklayers at work, illustrated, No. 

540 1-60 

Bricklayer's emblem, trowel and 

square 1 .00 

Bridge span 1 .60 

Buggy 1.40 

Buggy, horse and driver 1.45 

Buggy maker's emblem 1.60 

Buggy trimmer's emblem 1.40 

Buggy, two horses and driver, illus- 
trated, No. 551 1.70 

1.40 



Bull 

Bunch of grapes 

Butcher dressing a steer 

Butcher chopping meat 

Butcher dressing a hog 

Butcher slaughtering a steer 

Butcher standing by steer 

Butcher store 

Butcher's design, steer's head, knife 
and steel, very fine, illustrated, 
No. 535 

Butcher's design, bull's head 

Butcher's emblem 

B. of L. F. & E. emblem 

B. of R. R. C. emblem 



1.15 
1.80 
1.65 
1.60 
1.60 
1.60 
1.65 



Caboose, illustrated. No. 
Calf 



1.45 
1.10 
.90 
1.20 
1.20 

$1.45 
1.40 



Price 

Caliper and hammer $1.40 

Caliper in hand 1.40 

Camera with stand 1 .20 

Card in hand 1.20 

Carpenter at work, illustrated, No. 

541 1.60 

Carpenter's emblem 1.10 

Carriage, horses and driver 1.70 

Chair maker at work 1.60 

Chicken 1-20 

China dealer's store 1.80 

Cigar 80 

Cigar maker's emblem 1.00 

Cigar store 1 .70 

Clarionet 1.25 

Clock 1.25 

Clothing store 1.80 

Coach 1.40 

Coach and horses 1.80 

Coal cart 1.20 

Coal miner with tools .' 1.60 

Coal wagon, horse and driver 1.70 

Coffin or casket 1.20 

Commission merchant 1.60 

Conductor's punch 1.10 

Confectioner's store 1.80 

Confectioner's pyramid 1.20 

Confederate flag 1.20 

Cooper making barrel 1.40 

Cornet 1-20 

Cotton field, with darky picking 

cotton 1.80 

Cowboy, horseman lassoing cattle, 

illustrated. No. 558 1.70 



For Lather Brushes, see pages 161-162 



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DECKELMAN BROS., INC., 46-48 Turk St., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Price List of Decorated Shaving Mugs— Continued 



D Price 

Deer $1.45 

Deer's head 1.10 

Dentist drawing teeth 1.60 

Dentist, set of teeth 1.10 

Dog 1.45 

Donkey - - . . 1.45 

Dray and horses 1.60 

Drove of cattle 1.80 

Druggist's mortar and pestle, illus- 
trated. No. 531 1.70 

and pestle, plain. . 1.10 

Druggist with mortal-. 1.60 

tore 1.70 

Druid's emblem 1.15 

Drum 1.20 

Dry goods store, illustrated, No, 538. 1.65 



E 

Eagle 1.25 

Eagle, with two flags 1.45 

Eagle, shield and flags 1.45 

Electric street car 1.45 

Encampment emblem 1.20 

Engine, stationary, illustrated, Xo. 

556 1.45 

Express wagon, horse and driver 1.60 

Express wagon, two horses 1.70 



F 

Farmer plowing with two horses, 

illustrated. No. 526 $1.45 

Fire engine (steam) with two horses. 1.80 

Fireman's emblem 1.40 

Fireman's hat 95 

Fish 1.00 

Fishing tackle 1.10 

Fish stand and salesman. 1.80 

Flags, two of any nation, crossed.... 1.20 

Flint glass blower at work. 1.80 

Flour and feed emblem 1.15 

Flour dealer's store 1.65 

Flute 1.15 

Forester's emblem 1.10 

Freight car 1.45 

Fruit stand , . 1.60 

Furniture emblem, sofa and chairs. . 1.40 
Furniture store 1.70 



G 

Gambrinus, glass in hand $1.60 

Gasfitter's emblem 1.20 

Good Templars 1.20 

Grand Army Republic, emblem 1.45 

Grocery store, illustrated, No. 537.... 1.65 
Grocery wagon, with one horse, illus- 
trated, No. 553 1.60 

Guitar 1.25 



H 

Hand and pen $1.20 

Hand car. illustrated, No. 524 1.45 

Hands clasped 1.10 

Hardware store. . . • ■ 1.80 

Harness maker at work 1.60 

Harp 1 .20 

Harp and shamrock 1 .20 

Hatter at work. 1.60 

Hearse, horses and driver 1.70 

Hodcarricr carrying brick 1.60 

Hog 1.45 

Hog butcher 1.60 

Hog's head, knife and steel 1.45 

Hook atid ladder, two horses 1.80 

Horn 1 .25 

Horse 1 .45 

Horse and wagon 1.60 

Horse head 1.20 

Horse racer in sulky 1.60 

Horse racer on horseback 1.60 

Horseshoe 90 

Horseshoer at work, illustrated, Xo. 

545 1.70 

Horse trainer training horse 1.60 

Hose carriage, two horses, fine 1.90 

Hotel register 1.40 

Hunter snooting ducks 1.45 



I 

Ice wagon, horse and driver $1.70 

imp, Order of Redmen, Illustrated, 

No. 721 .1.20 

1. O. ' >. k, Encampment 1.20 

Irish nag 1.40 

iron molder al work 1.70 

Iron safe 1.35 

J 

1 er's store $1.85 

Jr, O. V. A. M 1.20 

Justice of the peace 1.60 

K 

Keystone i .Masonic) emblem $0.95 

Knights of Columbus emblem 1.20 

Knights and Ladies of Honor emblem 1.20 

Knights of Honor emblem 1,10 

Knights of Pvthias. plain emblem.... 1.10 
Knights of Pythias, illustrated, No. 

529 1.45 

Knights of Pythias, Uniformed Rank .95 
Knight Templar emblem 1.20 

L 

Ledger $1.10 

Letter carrier in uniform 1.45 

L.ion 1.45 

Liquor dealer testing wine 1.60 

Livery stable, illustrated, Xo. 525 1.70 

Locomotive and tender, illustrated. 

No. 549 1.55 

Locomotive and train of cars, illus- 
trated, No. 550 1.70 

Lyre 1.10 

M 

Machinist at work, illustrated. No. 

54S $1.70 

Machinist's calipers 1.05 

Mail wagon, horse and driver 1.60 

Malt shovel 95 

Maltese cross emblem 1.15 

Mantel, grate and front 1.60 

Marble cutter at work 1.60 

Masonic Keystone emblem 95 

Masonic Square and Compass emblem .95 

Mattress maker at work 1.60 

Mechanic's emblem, hand and ham- 
mer 1.00 

Milk wagon, horse and driver 1.60 

Miller's emblem 1.45 

Miller sharpening mill stone 1.45 

Miner's hat, nick, lamp and shovel.. 1.20 

Miner with pick on shoulder 1.45 

Modern Woodmen emblem 1.05 

Monogram only, illustrated, No.502... 1.05 

Mule 1.45 

Musician, with any instrument 1.70 

Moose emblem, plain 1.20 

N 

Notion dealer's store $1.70 

O 

Ocean steamer $1.70 

("kid Fellow's (three links) emblem.. .80 

Oil derrick, with scenery 1.70 

Omnibus, with horses 1.70 

Owl 90 

P 

Painter at work $1.60 

Painter's palette P0 

Paint pot and brush 1.00 

Paper hanger at work 1.60 

Passeng.-r coach 1.45 

Peacock 1.15 

Pen in hand 1.20 

Photographer at camera 1.65 

Photographer posing a lady 1.70 

Photogranher's instrument 1.20 

Piano player 1.60 

Piano, upright, square or grand 1.40 

Pick and shovel 95 

Plasterer at work 1.60 

Plasterer's trowel and hod; 95 

Plow 1.10 

Plumber at work, illustrated, Xo. 791 1.60 

Plumber's emblem 1.20 

Police in uniform .- 1.45 



i 'i [ce 

Portable engine $1.70 

■ print Ing pi ess 1.70 

i 'i Intel 's con I ck 90 

Printer setting type 1.60 

R 

'■'■ ■■ oi and shears $1.00 

1 '■■■ tauranl and bar 1,80 

Ri 'i 's emblem 1.15 

1 ti dmen'a Bnea mpmenl emblem 1.10 

Rooster- 1.45 

S 

Saddle $1.45 

Saddler's emblem 1.20 

Saloon, bartender nnd customel 1.65 

Sawmill 1.80 

Schooner sailing 1.60 

Scotch thistle 1.10 

Scroll sawyer at work 1.60 

Scull boat and sculler 1.60 

Sewing machine 1,45 

.sheep 1.45 

Sheriff, criminal and jail 1.70 

Ship sailing 1.65 

Shirt and collar 1.00 

Shoemaker at work 1.60 

Shoe store 1 ,70 

Sign painter at work 1.60 

Skull and cross bones 1.10 

Sofa and chair 1.40 

Soldier and flag 1.45 

Stage coach and horses 1.70 

Stake wagon, two horses and driver, 

illustrated. No. 554 1.60 

State coat of arms 1 .70 

Stationary engine, illustrated, No. 

556 1.45 

Stationery store 1.70 

Steam hammer 1 .60 

Steam passenger boat 1 .70 

Steam propeller 1.60 

Steamship sailing 1.60 

Steer's head, knife and steel, illus- 
trated. No. 535 1.45 

Stone cutter at work 1.60 

Stove 1 .45 

Sulky, driver and horse 1.70 

Surveyor with instrument 1.60 

T 

Tailor at work $1.45 

Tailor behind counter cutting 1.60 

Tailor measuring coat 1.40 

Tailor's shears 1 .00 

Telegraph instrument 1 45 

Telegraph key. illustrated, No. 530.. 1.45 

Telephone 1.10 

Temple of Honor emblem 1.45 

Ten pin playing 1.70 

Tinner at work 1.45 

Tinner's emblem 1.15 

Tinner's furnace and iron 1.00 

Tobacconist store 1.70 

T. P. A., Travelers' Prot. Ass'n 1.10 

Trotting horse and wagon 1.60 

Trowel and hammer 90 

Truck wagon, two horses 1.70 

Trunk 1.00 

U 

I 'in lire] la. ooen $1.10 

Uniformed Rank. Knights of Pythias. .95 
United Mine Workers of America.... 1.10 
United States flag so 

V 

Violin and bow $1.45 

Violin player 1.60 

W 

"Wagon, two horses and driver $1.70 

Watch and chain 1,20 

Wheelwright 1 .65 

Whiskey barrel 1.20 

Wood turner at work 1.60 

Workmen's emblem 1.15 

W. O. W. (stump) 1.05 

Y 

Yacht sailing $1.60 

Yeomen emblem 1.10 

Emblems not mentioned here will be 
made to order If designs are furnished. 



All mugs will be made large size unless otherwise ordered. The name will be placed on the side, as illustrated, unless 
specially ordered otherwise. The prices quoted for these mugs are the entire cost for mug, name and design. In makinr 
prices to your customers, add expressage and the profit you want to realize. 



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Its charming, wholesome odor of sweet, 
J dewy Scotch Heather makes it pre- 
j ferred by the particular patron. 
Distinctively Different. 



Per dozen, 8-ounce bottles $5.00 

Per gallon $4.50 Per naif gallon . . 2.35 

Per quart 1.25 Perpint 0.70 



An elegant finish for a shave. It 
soothes, cools, and imparts a glow of 
perfect health to the skin. 

Decidedly Delightful. 




Establishes a new standard of SKampoo excellence. Thick of body and made 
from, a pure vegetable oil base. It effectively removes all dirt and scurf from 
tke scalp and leaves the hair soft and silky*. It w"ill not bleach the finest hair. 

Per dozen, 8-ounce bottles $3.25 

Per dozen, 4-ounce bottles 2. -00 

Per gallon $3.00 ^* er half gallon 1-60" 

Per quart 0.90 Perpint. 0.50 

PANAMA BALSAM 

The soothing, healing and astringent properties of genuine balsam combined 
"with other ingredients of acknowledged efficacy produces a face lotion of 
spicy odor unsurpassed for after-shaving use. 

It prevents infection and allays irritation. Freshly fragrant. 

Per dozen, 8-ounce bottles $3.00 

Per dozen, 4-ounce bottles 1.75 

Per gallon $2.50 P er na lf gallon 1.35 

Per quart 0.75 P er P* nt 0.45 




Experts at home and abroad consider this one of the best vanish- 
ing cremes ever produced. 

A pure snow white creme which cools and sooths tedder skin 
and alleviates sunburn. 

Per 2 oz. jor i 5c . 

Per 4 oz. jar _ 25c. 

Per 8 oz. jar „_ 40c. 

Per 16 oz. jar 75c. 



UBY 




i 



This Powder 
put up under 
our own brand. 

Ask for 

Pink Rose 

BEST QUALITY MADE 
See page 134 for 
other Face Pow- 
ders. 




Made from the finest imported Talcum. It is soft, smooth and 
perfumed with the genuine ottar of rose, pink color, thoroughly 
antiseptic, highly medicated. 

Per dozen 4 oz. cans - $1.25 

Per i-pound can .25 

Per 5-pound can 1.00 




Tke most exquisite hair-dressing of the 1 

age. Widely imitated but never 1 

equaled. Its wonderful blend of 1 

perfumes, its stimulating revitalising | 



Per dozen, 10-ounce bottles $8.00' 

Per dozen, 5-ounce bottles 4.25 

Per gallon $5.50 P er half gallon. . 2.90 

Per quart 1 .50 



action on the scalp and the lustrous 
well-groomed appearance it gives the 
hair has made it the heaviest selling and 
the most popular hair-tonic produced. 



DECKELMAN BROS.. INC.. 46-48 Turk St.. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 



.bau de C^uinine Hair Tonic 

Made from choice imported French essential oils. Elegant in perfume, extraordi- 
narily refreshing and most pleasing in action. 

A lotion for keeping the scalp and hair in perfect condition. It has proved its merits 
wherever used. 

Per gallon $4.50 

Per quart 1.25 

Per dozen 8 ounce bottles 4.50 

Per 8 ounce bottle .40 



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EAL' de quinine 

I '"-II-,,, >n J.,,,, T,,M' 

I essing 

■0 EFFECTUAL^ t « 
|R"SE OF DANDRUFF ANC 
1 -ATING THE GROWTH 

* OF THE HAIR 

Pft or. esnaux of paris 

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WAITE'S 

Genuine Osage Rub 

8 oz., per dozen - $4.50 

8 oz., each .40 

Per gallon 4.50 

Per Y> gallon 2.25 

I'er quart 1.25 

Advertising Signs and Stand 
Bottle Free 



Lilac V egetal 

A superfine toilet water we have gone to much expense to produce. 
A trial will convince you of its merits and popularity with the trade 
at large. 

Per gallon $5.50 

Per quart 1.50 

Per dozen 6 ounce bottles 5.00 

Per 6 ounce bottle 50 




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DECKELMAN BROS., INC., 46-48 Turk St., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Dickinsons XXX Double 

Distilled Extract of 

MVitck Hazel 

Best Quality. 

Per pint, including bottle. . . . $0.20 

Per quart, including bottle. . .35 

Per half gallon, including 

bottle 65 

Per gallon, including bottle. . 1.25 

Per 5 gallon keg 5.50 

Per 10 gallon keg 10.00 




LEC^ELMAH'p 

CELEBRATED 

IV[an(lElmiIch 



SCT roR MAKING 



A Superior Face Wash 



A few drops in a quart 
of water will produce a 
wash superior to Bay Rum 
or any other face wash. 



MANuraCTUHIO or 

Deckelman Bros. 

106 ELLIS STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO 




Mandelmilch 

A few drops of Mandelmilch will 
turn a quart of water milk white, and 
produce a wash superior to Bay Rum 
or any other face wash. 

Per 4 ounce bottle $0.25 

Per 8 ounce bottle 40 

Per pint 75 

Per quart 1.25 




Per Gallon $4.00 

" i, Gallon 2.25 

" M " 1.25 

" 12 oz. Bottle, per dozen 5-0fl£,*n 

Special free offer, see page 171 This is 

the tonic for dandruff. 



Arcturus Lotion 

As cooling as Arctic breezes. 
Compounded for general feverish con- 
ditions of the skin. Rich in odor, 
suggestive of the fresh, sweet wood- 
land and meadows of new-mown hay. 
Deliciously satisfying. It pulls trade. 
Use it once and customer comes again 
for more. 

Per dozen 8 ounce bottles . . . $3.00 

Per gallon 2.25 

Per half gallon ,. . 1.15 

Per quart 65 

Per pint 40 





SOlcLV , 



BARBERS' SUPPLIES.] 

!5 ELLIS STREET near pnwEitj 

^ANfRANCISCD.QU.. 




Toilet Water 

Kept in the following odors: Lilac 
and Violet. 

Per bottle $0.40 

Per dozen 4.50 

Per gallon 4.00 



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A Treatment for Dandruff — A Successful Scalp Protector. 

f^HIS scientific compound is made of the purest ingredients, eacK in itself so 
^^ effective as to practically amount to a specific for remedying scalp and hair ills. 

Safe, Sure and Certain in Ability^ to Get Results. 
tj We recommend the exclusi-Oe use of Acroline by those <rtho desire to build 
up a reputation as a specialist in treating extreme and 
obstinate cases of dandruff, scurf and other scalp ailments. 

fl Careful analysis by chemists of unquestioned ability 
proves Acroline to carry more properties of greater strength 
for the eradicating of dandruff than any leading tonic on 
the market at this time. 



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Testimonials 
from constant 
users in the bar- 
bering and hair- 
dressing profes- 
sion endorse its 
merits. 



Attractive Metal Advertising 
Hangers and Squirt -Top Bottles 
Free With Order When Requested. 



Per doz. 10-oz. bottles $5.00 

Per gallon 5.00 

Per half gallon 2.60 

Per quart 1.35 

Lantern Slides, beautifully hand colored, with cus- 
tomer's name and address, supplied free of charge to all 
who will run them at Moving Picture Shows. Write us 

for information. 

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Sea Foam, Bay Rum, Etc. 






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Toilet@Water 

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Per quart 

No. 1 $0.60 

No. 2 50 



The Best Sea Foam 
Manufactured 

Per quart $0.75 



Violet and Lilac 

Toilet Water 

Per gallon . ..$4.00 

Per quart . . . t.OO 



Peruvian Hair 

Tonic 

Per gallon . ...$3.25 

Per quart 85 



Rose Hair Oil 

Per quart 
No. 1 $0.60 



Bay Rum, Sea Foam and 



No. 1. Bay Rum per gal., $2.25 

No. 2. Bay Rum " 1.75 

Hair Oil, red or yellow, 

rose odor " 2.25 

Sea Foam " 3.00 

Peruvian Tonic " 3.25 

Royal Tonic " 3.25 

Eureka Tonic " 3.25 

Tonique De Luxe Hair 

Tonic " 5.50 

Florida Water " 4.00 

Mandelmilch 8-oz., .40 

Mandelmilch per pint, .65 



Soluble Essence of Bay Rum 

For instantly making Bay Rum of the 
finest quality. Perfectly clear and with- 
out filtering or waste. 

Per pint $1.75 

Per half pint 90 

Per 4-oz. bottle 50 




Perfumery by tbe Gallon 



Deckelman's White Bou- 
quet Cosmetique per doz., 

Camphor Ice, tin tubes... " 
Colgate's Brilliantine. . . per bottle, 
Colgate's Brilliantine. . . .per doz., 
Williams' Brilliantine. .per bottle, 
Williams' Brilliantine. . . .per doz., 
Deckelman's Dye, No. 1 

and No. 2 per set, 

Hazeline per gal., 

Quintine Hair Tonic 



$1.00 
l.OO 

.25 
2.50 

.25 
2.50 

.50 
1.50 
3.25 



Peruvian Hair Tonic 

A Real Hair Remedy 

Per bottle $0.25 

I'er dozen 3.00 

Per gallon 3.25 

^iVestpbals Auxiliator 

(N. Y. Celebrated Hair Tonic) 

Per 6-oz. bottle $0jS5-^ 

Per dozen 6-oz. bottles -4tO©-- V, %£■ 

Per 12-oz. bottle -rOS- t fj- 

Per dozen 12-oz. bottles "7.5 0,f; — 



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The Famous Fitch Line 




Fitch's Cold Creams 

Fitch's Ideal Cold Cream — Lilac Perfumed — Prepared especially for 
barbers* use — Fine for hand or machine massage — Two sizes. 

PRICE 

No. 16 Size. 1 lb. lithographed cans, perdos $9.00 

No. 8 Size, !i; lb. lithographed cans, per duz . 6.00 

Fitch** Perfect Cold Cream- A perfect cream that will keep sweet indefinitely. 
Fitch** Mentholated Cold Cream — Cooling and antiseptic. 

Fitch's Camphorated Cold Cream — A cooling machine cream. 

PRICE 

No. 16Size, 1 pound Glass Jars, per dozen £0 CO 

No. 8 Size, \'a pound Glass Jars, per dozen 6.00 

No. 2 Size, Opal Jars, per dozen 4.20 

No. 1 Size, Opal Jars, per dozen , 3.00 

All Creams Packed 3 dozen to the Case 



Fitch's Greasless or Vanishing Creams 

Fitch's Toilet Finishing Cream: — A non greasy product, built with a good heavy base that will hold 
up indefinitely without deterioration. Exceptionally fine for use after shaving, or for ladies* use be- 
fore applying powder. 

Fitch's Disappearing Menthol Creams— The new cream— The acme of cream perfection. 

Fitch's Vanishing Camphor Creams — A gTeasless camphorated cream, fine for after shaving. 

PRICE 

No. 16, 1 lb. Size, Glass Jars, per dozen $9.00 

No. 8, Vj lb. Size, Glass Jars, per dozen 6.00 

No. 2 Size, Opal Jars, per dozen 4.20 

No. 1 Size, Opal Jars, per dozen 3.00 

All Creams Packed 3 dozen to the Case. 




Fitch's After Shave Toilet 
Waters 



Lilac Royal 

Banquet Bouquet 

Sweet Smile 



Highly concentrated. 
Made with Pure Grain 
Alcohol. One size, 
No. 16, \Yz dozen in 
the case. 



PRICE 

Per Case *13.C0 

Per Dozen 9.00 





Fitch's Cocoa Butter Cream 

An Ideal Toilet Preparation Superior 
to Cold Cream 



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Being made from pure Cocoa 
Butter this preparation will be 
found excellent for chapped and 
rough skin. 

As a cleansing cream and for 
use after shaving it is unsurpassed. 

Put up in sanitary collapsible 
tin tubes, 3 dozen to the case. 




PRICE 

Per Case 59-00 

Per Dozen 3.00 



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The Famous Fitch Line 



Fitch's Ideal Dandruff 
Remover 

A warded Gold Medal and Grand Prize 
at Pans 1911; at London 1913 

Fitch's Ideal Dandruff Remover dissolves 
and removes the dandruff from the scalp. The 
Fitch Shampoo Soap washes it out. A second 
application of the Dandruff Remover heals the 
scalp, frees it from dandruff and leaves the 
hair and scalp in a perfectly healthy condition. 

PRICE 

One Gallon Size, 4 in case, per gallon $5.50 

One-Half Gallon Size, 6 in case, per half gal 3.00 

One Quart Size, 12 in case per quart 1.50 

No. 8 Size, 3 doz. in case, p,er doz 8.00 

No. 4 Size, 3 doz. in case, per doz 4.00 




The Fitch Ideal 
Shampoo Soap 



Made to work in harmony with the Fitch 
Ideal Dandruff Remover. Purely antiseptic. 
Finest in quality. The Fitch Shampoo Soap 
is the "ideal'* soap for a perfect shampoo 
and general toilet use. 

Note directions on Dandruff Remover 
bottle. 

PRICE 
Per Doz $1.50 





Tonique Superbe 

Awarded Gold Medal and Grand 

Prize, Paris, 1911; 

London , 1913 

Par excellence for the hair. 
Unequalled as a dressing ow- 
ing to its refreshing effect and 
delicacy in odor. Leaves the hair glossy, soft and fluffy. 

PRICE 

One Gallon Size, 4 in case, per gallon $5.00 

One-Half Gallon Size, 6 in case, per Mi gallon 2.75 

One Quart Size, 12 in case, per quart 1.50 

No. 8, [$1.00 size, 3 doz. in case] per doz..„ 8.00 

No. 4, [50c size, 3 doz. in case] per doz 4.00 



Fitch's Quinine 
Hair Tonic 




A Quinine Tonic possess- 
ing besides all of the virtues 
of a real Quinine Tonic sev- 
eral features that are distinctly 

original with us. The odor is a true rose bouquet differing 
entirely from the time worn French types. The color is 
non-staining and the most attractive shade of any prepara- 
tion now on the stand. A tonic which reflects quality from 
every angle and one that the trade is welcoming on all sides.- 

PRICE 

No. 16 Size, per case [1% doz.] $15 30 

No. 16 Size, per doz 10.20 



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Koken's Purity Shaving Soap 

lately pure and tree from grease, alkali or soda. 
It il mild and soothing to the skin, with an agreeable 
and produces a lasting lather with hot, cold, soft or bard 
WEter Original 5-lb. box 
In fi-lb. boxes per box, 1)11.25 

"COLGATE & CO.MHANyV 

BARBERS' SHAVING SOAP 

53 a 55 JO. H.V ST.XEWYQR K. ^r> !,*^2*JWl 

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Colgate's Shaving Soap 

In 10-lb. boxes per box. i 3.00 

Per Mb. bar 30 

Colgate's Aseptic Shaving Soap 

In 10-lb. boxes (10 cakes to lb.) per box. $i 3.00 

Per lib. bar 3Q 

Colgate's Shaving Powder 

In 1-lb. boxes per box. if* •™ 

Per kilo. 2'-, lbs 80 

Amole Shaving Soap 

Per 10-lb. box $ 3.00 

Per 1-lb. bar 30 

Deckelman Bros.' Bath Soap 

Per box, 36 cakes, large size !j»."{. 25 




KELMAN BftO 
SHAMPOO^ 

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Williams' Barbers' Bar Shaving Soap 

in 10-lb. boxes per box, .f3.00 

Per 1-lb. bar ::n 

Williams' Quick and Easy Shaving Soap 
in 10-lb. boxes (8 round cakes to lb.) per box, .s 3.00 

Per Mb bar .30 

Williams' Shaving Powder 

in 1-lb. boxes perbox, if •*" 

lb. boxes ■' 1.15 

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Cocoanut Oil Soap 

Cakes weigh 3% ozs. each. 
In boxes containing 12 cakes per box, jjtO.60 

Imported Castile Soap 

About 3 lbs. in a bar per lb., $0.25 





Deckelman Bros.' Celebrated 
Pine Tar Shampoo 

Per dozen 4-oz. jars !|i2.(lo 

Per 4-oz. jar 

Per 1-lb. jar 



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Williams' Tar Soap 

Per dozen $1.00 

Per cake Hi 



Shaving Powder is now used in all 
first-class shops, as it is sanitary. 
Use it in private mugs. 

lib 1-40 

3 lbs 1.15 

SHAKERS FREE 

Deckelman's Liquid Shampoo 

Odors: Quinine, Mint. Tar. 

Per gallon .1<2.7." 

Per half gallon 1 .50 

Per quart 75 

Per pint 4<» 

Per 8-oz. bottle -•"> 

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Tar or Egg Shampoo Paste 

Per dozen !(!2.(>il 

Per jar 

Per 1-lb. jar 



O 
50 




Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet 
Soap 

*a.T6 



Per dozen 
Per cake 



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Talcum Powder 

Garnet Talcum (color, pink; 

odor, rose); 1-lb. cans.. each, $0.25 
Garnet Talcum (color, pink; 

odor, rose); 5-lb. cans, .each, l.OO 
White Talcum; 1-lb. can; 

Lilac each, .25 

White Talcum; 5-lb. can; 

Lilac each, 1.00 

Talcum; 1-lb. can; Violet. each, .25 
Talcum; 5-lb. can; Violet. each, 1.00 

Cocoa Butter Tubes 

The best toilet cocoa butter; 2-oz. 
sticks. 

Per dozen $2.50 

Each 25 

Cacao Butter 

A natural healer. For face after 
shaving, chapped hands or rough skin; 
Yi, % and 1-lb. bars. 

Per 1-lb $0.75 

Per %-lb 40 

Per % -lb 20 



Regal Talcum Powder 

Color, white. This superior talcum 
is built to supply the demand for the 
exclusive in odor and quality. 

Per 1-lb. can $0.40 

Per half dozen 1-lb. cans 2.00 

Per dozen 1-lb. cans 3.50 

Per dozen %-lb. cans 2.50 

Per dozen 4-oz. cans 1 .50 

Pearl Talcum Powder 

Color, white. Made of the finest 
sifted imported talc. Possessed of the 
perfume of wood violet. An indis- 
pensable powder. 

Per 1-lb. can $0.35 

Per 5-lb. can 1.50 

Per dozen 4-oz. cans 1.50 

Styptic Powder 

To stop bleeding instantly. 
Each $0.10 




Lightning Hair Dye 

In Use Over Thirty Years 
Two ounces No. 1 and 1 ounce No. 2. 
Per set $0.65 

Electric Hair Dye 

Two ounces No. 1 and 1 ounce No. 2. 
Per set $0.50 

Hair Dye 

Deckelman's No. 1 and No. 2. . .$0.50 
Damschinsky's Dye. Black, 

brown or blonde ... per bottle, .65 
Holtze's Walnut Cosmetique. 

Black or brown 30 



Hone Oil 



1 oz. 

2 ozs. 



.$0.15 
. .25 



No. 540 Universal Astringent Pencils 

For cuts or abrasions of the skin. 
Per dozen $0.75 

No. 541 Styptic Pencils 

To stop bleeding. 
Per dozen $ Q 50 

No. 376 Cauterizing Pencils 

For removing warts, moles and other imperfections 
of the skin. 
Each $0.10 



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No. 462 Finger Cots 

For protection of sore fingers; 
very thin; assorted sizes. 
Per box, 1 dozen $0.25 

Compressed Alum 

To harden the skin. 
Per dozen $1.00 



Each 



.10 




Williams' Brillantine 

Per bottle $0.25 

Per dozen bottles 2.50 

Colgate's Brillantine 

Per bottle $0.25 

Per dozen bottles 2.50 



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I State and dtp health authorities | 
I and barber examiners and inspectors | 
I are ordering mat all other forms be | 
I discarded and only liquid stpptic be | 

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Koken's Liquid Styptic 

A strictly antiseptic blood stopper. 

Action is rapid and absolutely prevents 
infection. A necessity in antiseptic bar- 
bering. 
Per bottle $0.25 

Miller's Mole Cure 

Will remove moles without pain. 
Per bottle $1.00 




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No. 14 

Light yellow; well perfumed. 

Per Mb. can $0.2.-, 

Per 5-lb. can 1 .00 




No. 16 

Snow white; extra highly perfumed. 

Per 1-lb. can $0.50 

Per 5-lb. can 2.00 



Artillery Cosmetic 

A very popular cos- 
metic. Two colors: 
Rose and black. 
Per dozen $O.50 



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Oriental 
Cosmetique 

Will keep in all cli- 
mates. Two colors : 
Rose and black. 
-Per dozen $1.00 

Turkish Wax 

Per dozen $0.75 

Each lO 

Spanish Wax 

A very fine article 
for fixing the mustache 
and hair. 
Per dozen $0.60 

Harz Pomade 

Per dozen $1.00 

Each lO 





No. 12 

Extra light; well perfumed. 

Per 1-lb. can $0.25 

Per 5-lb. can 1 .00 



No. 11 

Kxtra light; highly perfumed. 

Per 1-lb. can $0.86 

Per 5-lb. can 1 .50 




Deckelman's 
White Boquet Cosmetic 

Per dozen $1.00 

Antiseptilene Powder 

Will make a gallon of choice toilet 
water. Six odors: May Blossom, Ylang 
Ylang, Lilac, Carnation Pink, Violet, 
Red Rose. 

Per box $0.35 

Per quarter dozen l.OO 







Blue 


Seal Vaseline 


No. 1 
No. 1. 
No. 2 
No. 2 


each, $0.05 

.per doz., .50 

each, .10 

.per doz., l.OO 



Camphor Cream 

Per dozen boxes $1.00 

Per box 10 

Per 16-oz. jar 75 

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Mentholated Camphor Ice 

A cream stick put up in a most convenient push-bottom 
metal container. It meets every requirement where a 
soothing and healing cream is wanted. 
Per dozen tubes $1.00 



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Face Massage or Skin Food 

Per " " "' 

p er Per 2 02. jar $ 40 

Per " dozen 2 oz. jars 4 50 

Per •■ 5 oz . j ar 60 

~ " dozen 5 oz. jars 7.00 

Per . 

O oz. jar .85 

" dozen 6 oz. jars. 10,00 




Celebrated Cream of 



California Violets 

A most elegant article tor chapped 
face and hands. Highly perfumed 
with pure oil of violets. Especially 
desirable in cold and windy locations 
to be used on the face after shaving, 
as it leaves the skin soft and smooth 
and has a very cooling effect. Put up 
in collapsible tubes same size as cut. 

Per dozen $1.50 

Each in 




Beauty Massage Cream 

The best rolling cream on the 
market. 

Per 6-02. size $0.40 

Per dozen 6-oz. size 4.50 

Per 16-oz. size 1.00 



Deckelman's Florodora Cream 

In the following odors: Camphor, 
Menthol, Rose, Lilac and Mint. 

The purest and most elegant prepara- 
tion in the world for chapped hands, 
face and lips, or any roughness of the 
skin. Four-ounce bottles same size as 
cut. 

Per dozen $1.50 

Per pint 45 

Per quart S5 



LUXURY 

MASSAGE CREAM 



5-oz. jar $0 45 

I -lb. jar 90 

IMOVUS 

MASSAGE CREAM 

5-oz. jar $0 45 

I -lb. jar 1 00 

DECKELMAN'S 
ROSE CREAM 

A disappearing greaseless, highly 
perfumed, finishing cream. 

1-lb. jars $0 75 




Deckelman Bros. Greaseless 
Mentholated Camphor Cream 

Per 4-oz. jar $0.25 

Per dozen 4-oz. jars 2.50 

Per S-oz. jar '. 5»> 

Per 16-oz. jar S5 




DECKELMAN BROS., INC.. 46-48 Turk St., SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 




Deckelman Bros. Leroy Shear 

Imported Parisian Pattern 

Strictly hand forged of finest French steel. Highly elastic, well tempered, neatly finished. The lightest weight shear 
on the market. An elegant shear for neat trimming. 
7^-inch each. $1.75 S-inch each, .1*2.00 



We Have a Various Assortment of Barber Shears 

of All the Leading Brands 



Owing to the European trouble it is impossible to obtain cutlery, but have quite an assortment of Henckel's, 
Witte's and Von Cleff's Shears and can fill your orders if you tell us what you wish. 



Below we list a few: 



THE LEROY GENUINE FRENCH SHEAR 7y 2 inch $1.75 

THE LEROY GENUINE FRENCH SHEAR 8 inch 2.00 

GOLD BUG 8 inch 1 1.40 

No. 12 or 24 FRENCH SHEAR (extra heavy) 8 inch 2.00 

WESTER BROS. No. 92, No. 199, No. 211, in the following lengths and prices: 
7 inch $1.25 7y 2 inch $1.35 8 inch $1.50 




Steel-Face Barber Shear, Nickel Plated 



7%, 8, 8% and 9-inch, any size. 



.each, $1.2.- 



Deckelman Bros. Blue Steel Shear 



7 -inch each, 8j*1.2;» 



7%-lnch 



1.35 SV4-inch 



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The Famous Tungsten Steel Razor 

The Razor They are all Talking About 

This razor can be exchanged, but there will be a charge of 25c for each exchange. Send $2.25 today, get a TUNGSTEN 
STEEL RAZOR, the greatest razor in the world at any price. 

Henckel's No. 16—5/8 each, $1.75 

Henckel's No. 50 — 5/8 and 6/8 " 1.5© 

The Queen Razor. Three-quarter concave, any size. A splendid razor for private use. With flat white celluloid handle. 
Per dozen $10.0© 




The De-Fi Razor 

Short blade and handle. Sizes, 4/8 and 5/8. 
Each $2.0© 




The Knowles Razor 

You all know this razor is the most satisfactory dry hone razor on the market. Sizes, 4/8, 5/8 and 6/8. 
Each $2.00 



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DECKELMAN BROS.. INC., 46-48 Turk St., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 




The Manganese Steel Razor 

Sizes, 3/8, 4/8, 5/8 and 6/8. 
Each $1.75 




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Pacific Razor 

Made from Dannamora steel, the finest steel known. Exquisitely tempered and full hollow ground. The best razor for 
the money ever offered to the trade. Sizes, 4/8, 5/8 and 6/8. 

Per dozen $10.00 

Each 1.75 




Blue Steel Razor 

The Most Popular Brand 
This fine razor is manufactured of the highest grade blue steel in one of the best equipped factories in Germany. 



The 



gentle curve of the back is suggestive of great keenness, and makes your customer confident of an easy shave beforehand. 
Great care is taken to give the razor an even temper — neither too hard nor too soft. It will not crumble on a hard beard, 
neither is it too soft to hold up under long continued work. It is made of the best blue steel. A trial will at once place it 
In the ranks of your favorite brands. 
In black oval handle each, $ 2.00 



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DECKELMAN BROS., INC., 718 J St., SACRAMENTO, CAL. 



We Carry the Following Makes of Wester Bros. 
And Other Leading Brands of Razors 



Limited Amount of Stock on Account of 
European Trouble 

FRATERNITY 4/ 5/ 6/8 $2.00 

STEEL SPUN 4/ 5/ 6/8 2.00 

STEEL KING 4/ 5/ 6/8 2.00 

AUSTENITE 4/ 5/ 6/8 2.00 

WESTER'S BEST 4/ 5/ 6/8 2.00 

No. 29 BLUE STEEL 4/ 5/ 6/8 2.00 

PENN, "Wester's Latest" 4/ 5/ 6/8 2.00 

SOLACE 4/ 5/ 6/8 2.00 

GOLD BUG 4/ 5/ 6/8 1.75 

MANGANESE 4/ 5/ 6/8 1.75 

TOLEFET 4/ 5/ 6/8 1.75 

No. 15 HENCKEL 4/ 5/ 6/8 1.75 

MAZDA 4/ 5/ 6/8 1.50 

Owing to scarcity of cutlery we are obliged to discontinue changing Razors, and all Razors sent out are sealed 

as we receive them from the factory 



We have several new brands of Razors ordered but may not receive 
them until the European trouble is over. Send your order in for our latest 
brand and we will send you a good one. 





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KOYAL BLUE RAZOR — The special grind and shape are important features. 
A resisting steel is used in producing the blade to fit it for any hone, wet or dry. 
The blade is held in a beautiful Royal Blue Galalith Handle; the finish and balance 
are perfect. 

Our original 9/16 and 10/16 sizes. Each $2.00 



AT-LAST RAZOR — A straight blade which lays flat on the hone. Round edge 
of the back won't scratch strop. A thin, stiff blade that holds an edge. Takes a 
true edge from heel to point. Not an awkward, clumsy razor, but a fine, high-grade 
tool. 

Sizes 9/16, 10/16, 11/16. Each $1.50 



REPEAT RAZOR— King of all "Squirrel" razors. Will stand the wear and 
tear of the hardest usage. Full concaved and has the smooth, round end on the 
back. Built strong in e-Oery section, yet light and well balanced. Not an ax but a 
high-grade tool. 
Sizes 9/16. 10 7 16, 11/16. Each $2.00 



ECHO RAZOR— Built for speed and service. Shape is such as to permit of rapid 
handling on the face. Neat, handy and as clean cut as a racer. Not a "neck razor" 
but a tool built for your "particular" customers. Highest quality in both material, 
proportions and ■Workmanship. 
Sizes 9 '16, 10 16, 11/16. Each $1.50 




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KOKEN KNIGHT RAZOR— Scientifically built. Designed by tkirty-six 

successful barbers wko combined tke best and most practical features. 

The K. K. Razor is tke result of tkeir unanimous verdict. 

Users declare it a rare gem of razor perfection in suck details as steel grind, bang, etc. 

A $3.00 razor at balf price. Sizes 9/16, 10/16, 11/16. Eack $1.50 



SANTAS RAZOR — A marvel o) practical design and construction. Tke skank 
will fit any tkumb ; tke steel will kold an edge; and tke skape is "justrigkt." A razor 
tkat can "come back," no matter kow muck used. Tkis tool vJill convince you tkat tkey 
make razors better today tkan ever. Takes a "fast" edge wkick kas a soft, mellow cut. 
Sizes 9/16, 10/16, 11/16. Eack $1.75 



KOKEN'S No. 20 RAZOR — Tke twentietk century razor sensation. Tke 
proper razor for botk tke finisked artist and tke novice. Tke undisputed monarck 
of all "kard wkisker" razors. Grace and matckless -rforkmanskip in botk grind and 
temper. A ckoice and reliable tool wkick solves tke secret of pleasant skaving. 
Sizes 9/16, 10/16, 11/16. Eack $1.75 




ARCUS RAZOR — A convenient skape wkick rests in tke kand -rfitk perfect 
ease. Turns tke "Saturday grind" into a pleasure. Its faultless grind, graceful skape, 
and fine balance, make for it everlasting friends and users. No culls — eack and every 
one perfect. Works on any kone or strop. 
Sizes 9/16, 10/16, 11/16. Eack $2.00 



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Razor Handles 

We can supply handles for razors of all sizes. Made of any material wanted. If razor is sent to us a perfect fit is guaranteed 




No. 25 — Imitation cocobolo; German silver tips. 
Each $0.35 

No. 27— Imitation pearl; German silver tips. 
Each 3re 




No. i) — White flat; celluloid each, $0.25 




No. 33 — White composition; German illrer tip*. 
Each 90. a* 




No. 30 — White celluloid; German silver tips. 
Each 90.3S 




No. 17 — Black bamboo each, $0.25 



No. 1 — Mock; celluloid each, $0.30 




N». Z8 — Composition; imitation Circassian walnut. 
Bach $0.30 



No. 37 — Composition; imitation shell each, $o.30 

No. 11— Oval rubber " .20 

Ne. 20 — Flat rubber " .20 



No. 31 — Imitation onyx each, $0.23 




No. 21 — Composition; German silver tips; black or white 

Each $0.35 

No. 13 — White bone each, .25 

No. 14 — Ivory; 6/8 only " 1 .00 



No. 22 Razor Cleaner 

Made of red rubber, 
■acta $0.25 



No. 10 Razor Bolt 

The emergency razor handle bolt. 
Can put on new handle in five minutes. 

Each $0.05 

No. 23 — Razor rivets ... per doz., .05 



No. 20 Schweitzer** 
Sanitary Razor Cleaner 

Made of rubber. 
Each fO.25 



Price List 



Grinding razor full concave $0.50 

Grinding razor three-quarter concave 40 

Grinding razor half concave 35 

Regrlnding razor 35 

Grinding razor plain 25 

Shortening razor blade IO 



Grinding and corrugating shears $0.25 

H-Grind. Something new; knife blade on one edge, 
other edge corrugated; hair don't slip; cuts 

clean. Just the thing for feather-edging 30 

Shortening shear blade IO 

Screws for shears each, .05 

Grinding clippers, all kinds 50 



Razor handles See page 143 Grinding horse clippers 75 

Grinding shears 0.25 Spring for clippers, any make See paj 

Reducing large razors to small ones, extra, 10c to 15c. 

Do not nick or hack the edges of tools that are intended to be reduced in size. 



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1 be obliged to pay letter postage. We often receive packages of razors and other tools not marked, and B 

jj which we cannot identify, because no names are on or in the packages. If we had the slightest clue to 1 

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Brown & Sharpe Clippers 

Three styles — Bressant, Figaro, Improved 
Any of these patterns can be had in the .sizes and at prices mentioned below. 

PRICES 

No. O — To cut hair short each, $2.50 

No. 1 — To cut hair 1/8 of an inch 

long each, 2. SO 

No. 2 — To cut hair 1/4 of an Inch 

long each, 3.00 

No. 3 — To cut hair 5/16 of an inch 
long. Bressant and Im- 
proved only each, 3.50 

j/\__ — -_^Jr^ No. 00 — A narrow clipper to cut 

hair very short. Improved 

only each, 2.50 

No. 000 — Cuts hair equal to shaving. 

Improved only each, 2.50 

Bressant Pattern Note. — Nos. 00 and 000 clippers can be sup- 

plied Improved pattern only. 






Moro Clipper 

Will not choke in thick hair. Shape and set of handle* 
just right. Do not tire the hand. The strength and sim- 
plicity of this clipper makes it the exceptional tool, and 
one we can guarantee for service and satisfaction. Made 
of extra fine English tempered steel. 



No. O size. 
No. 1 size. 



$2.00 
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Koken's Ball-Bearing Clipper 

An easy working clipper for general use which ha» 
a long-standing reputation for giving satisfactory ser- 
vice. Cuts 1/8 inch. 



Each 



.$1.50 



No. 345 Van Dyke Clipper 

Particularly adapted to Vandyke beards, neck work 
and Buster Brown hair cuts. Made of fine steel by expert 
workmen. A clipper that makes the tool kit more complete. 

Each $2.25 



No. 91 L Coates' Left-Hand Clipper 

Each $2.7S 




No. 100 



No. 100 The Liliput Clipper 

The best little neck shaver on 
the market. Made of the finest steel; 
all parts interchangeable; easily ad- 
justed. Cuts 1/32 inch. 
Each $2.25 

No. 101 The Liliputa Clipper 

Very narrow. For use on the ear 
and nose. Just out; a new tool and 
a handy one. 
Each $1.75 




No. 101 



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928-929— Llama-Multi-dot-Comblnation. T»o of tke finest Leather Strops 930-931— Old Russia Leather Combination (read? for use) and best 

that can be found at any price. Size 2} ■? X 24. Price $3.00 Turkish brand linen canvas hose. Size 2j-2 x 24. Price $3.00 

928 only for finishing. Each $1.50 929 only for sharpening. Each 1.50 930 only, Leather. Each. .. $2.00 931 only, Canvas. Each... 1.00 




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924-925— Bavarian Shell Combina- 927-780 — ScotcK tanned Juchten 542-896 — Genuine Eagle Russia 923-898— Old Russia LeotherCom- 926 895— Heaviest English Juchten 
tion, the best German tan and Multi- Combination, natural finish and Combination our ovm creation of bination, heaviest and best selection Leather Combination, soft and rub- 
dot perforated leather or excellent - i c ■ L L the finest leather tanned in Uncle ready (or use, and finest 1 urkish bery, finest selection and heavy nat- 
edge-producing quality. I" 1 "' natural finish canvas hose. Jam's Country and finely wjen brand linen Canvas. ura[.fi"nished Can-Jas. 

Size2Kx24. Price $2.50 Size2.>2x24. Price $3.00 S^iv'tit Price S2 25 Sizl:2 ^ x2 *- Pri ™ $3.50 Size 2M x 24. Price '$3.25 

924— only Shell Each 1.50 927— only Leather. Each. ... 2.00 542— onfy Leathe'r.^Each.'. -llsO 923-only Russia. Each.... 2 .50 923 -only Russia. Each.... 2^0 

925 — only Shell Each 1.00 780 — only Canvas. Each. ... 1.00 896 — only Canvas. Each.. . . .75 898~only Canvas, Each... . 1.00 895 — only Canvas. Each.... 75. 



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Koken's Razor Strops 

Broke in. 




Nos. 920-894 — Combination. Size. 2%x24 inches. 

Complete with swivel Price, $2.50 

No. 920 only — Natural Russia each, 1 .50 

No. 894 only — White finish; heavy canvas, .each, 1 .00 




Nos. 45-32 — Royal combination. Size, 2y 2 x24 

inches. Complete with swivel Price, $2.50 

No. 45 only — Genuine Russia, broke in each, 1.75 

No. 32 only — Heavy white finished canvas, .each, .75 




Nos. 934-935 — Leather combination. Size, 2%x24 
inches. Complete with swivel Price, 

No. 934 only — Genuine porpoise hide; a leather 
of remarkable sharpening properties ... .each, 

No. 935 only — Gun metal finished shell each, 



l.OO 
1.25 




No. 937 — A buffed shell strop. Tanned in Bavaria. 

Ready for action. Size, 2%x24 inches. . .each, $1.25 

Nos. 78-97 — Royal combination. Sizes. 2%x24 

inches. Complete with swivel Price, $2.25 

No. 78 only — Select shell, chamois back each, 1.25 

No. 97 only — Fine linen hose, white each. l.OO 




Nos. 939-G6 — Combination. Size, 2&x24 Inches. 

Complete with swivel Price, $2. SO 

No. 939 only — Old Eagle Russia leather each, 1.75 

No. 66 only — Natural heavy linen canvas. .. .each, .75 




Nos. 932-933 — Royal combination. Size, 2%x24 

inches. Complete with swivel Price, $2.25 

No. 932 only— Old Eagle Russia each, 1.5© 

No. 933 only — Canvas hose each, .75 




No. 936 — A "Dry Hone" combination. Leather 
and canvas. Both of high quality and pre- 
pared to sharpen a dull razor. Size, 2%x24 
inches. Combination complete Price, $2.00 




Nos. 41-56 — Royal combination. Size, 2%x24 

inches. Complete with swivel Price, $1.75 

No. 41 only — Fine shell, ebony finish each, l.OO 

No. 56 only — Heavy canvas, black finish. .. .each, .75 
Nos. 14-8 — Royal combination. Size, 2^x24 

inches. Complete with swivel Price, $1.50 

No. 14 only — Ebony shell, mat finish each, .75 

No. 8 only — Ebony medium linen hose each, .75 



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Koken's Razor Strops 




No. 938 — Siberian brand Russia. The best that 
can be had from Russia. Carefully hand fin- 
ished and selected. Size, 2%x26 inches. 
Each $2.50 




No. 5 — Heavy horse hide, buffed or oiled. Size, 

2%x24 Inches each, £0.60 

No. 569 — Ooze leather, chamois finish. Size, 

214x24 inches each, .50 

No. 6 — Medium horse hide, buffed or oiled. Size, 

2^4x24 Inches: , each, .40 




No. 541 — Special tanned shell, natural English 
finish. Exceptional quality. Size, 2%x24 
Inches each, $1.25 

No. 540 — Same as No. 541. Size, 2%x24 inches. 

Each l.OO 





No. 945 — Genuine imported English Juchten 
leather, natural finish, extra choice, heavy 
stock; nothing better at any price. Size, 
2%x24 Inches each, $2.50 




No. 920 — Genuine imported Russia leather; nat- 
ural finish. Size, 2%x24 inches each, $1.50 

No. 921 — Same as No. 920. Size, 2»4x24 inches. 

Each 1.25 

No. 922 — Genuine imported Russia leather, buff 

finish. Size, 2%x24 inches each, 1.25 

No. 46 — Royal Russia leather, dark brown finish. 

A famous strop. Size, 2%x24 inches each, 1.50 




No. 941 — Genuine boar hide. A keen edge- 
maker. Ready for use. Size, 2%x24 Inches. 
Each $1.00 

Nos. 942-953— Combination. Size, 2%x24 inches. 

Complete with swivel Price, 1.50 

No. 942 only — Genuine boar hide. A keen edge- 
maker. Ready for use each, .75 

No. 953 only — Turkish brand linen hose each, .75 



No. 9 — Heavy woven linen hose, white finish. 

Size, 2%x24 inches each, $0.60 

No. 583 — Medium woven linen hose, white finish. 

Size, 2^4x24 inches each, .50 

No. 255 — Carbo unfilled black canvas. Size, 

2%x24 inches each, .50 

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No. 944 — Imported Alpa-silk canvas. Size, 2%x24 

inches each, $1.00 



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No. 303 Strop Holder 

Oval shape, doing away with sharp earners. Counter- 
sunk nut and screw prevents injury to razor or furniture. 
Two shoulder braces hold both strops evenly together. 
Has snap to attach strop to screw eye or hook. Nickel 
plated. For 2%-inch strop. 

Each $0.20 

1N0. .104 — For 2%-inch strop each. .20 




No. 307 Strop Holder 

Something entirely new. Has our own patented clutch 
hold; will not slip; easr to put on; no screw to bother 
with. Made of metal, oxidized finish. For 214-inch strop 
only. 

Each $0.30 




No. 302 Strop Holder 

Nickel plated. 
Mach $0.1."> 



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No. 305 Bolt and Nut 

For holding two strops. 
Each $0.05 




No. 306 Strop Holder 

Made of leather. 
Each $0.10 




No. 30* Strop Swivel 

Each $0.10 




No. 308 Thumb Screw 

Used on No. 302 Strop Holder 
Each $0.05 




No. 390 Pumice Stone 

Each $O.OS 



No. 309 Strop Holder 

Made of leather with snap to attach 
to screw eye or hook. 
Each ipO.OS 




No. 300 Strop Holder 

Nickel plated. 
Each $0.10 




No. 3j5 

Eagle Russia Strop Dressing 

In tubes. 
Each fO.H 



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The Panama Dry Hone is the newest hone made and is giving satis- 
faction. Two sides, one made of petrified mahogany, the other a secret 
composition. Price $1.50, worth $3.00. 

India Oil Stone. Used dry, fine or medium $1 00 

Egite Dry Hone. Cannot overhone on it, in leatherette case 1.00 

Amalgamite Dry Hone. A new composition non-filling 1.25 

Emerson Dry Hone. A small smooth fast cutting hone 1.00 

Our stock of Hones is complete. Over 60 kinds. 



Swaty 

Best brand; genuine im- 
ported. 

Two or three-line; 

size, 6%-inch..each, $ 75 

Two or three-line; 

size, 8-ineh .... each, .85 




CARBORUNDUM HONES 

No. 105 Very Fine $2 00 

No. 101 1 50 

No. 101 A 1 00 

No. 103 75 

No. 106 75 

No. 1 24 60 

No. 1 42 40 

No. 109 1 00 

No. 108 1 25 

No. 102 60 



CELEBRATED DRY HONES 

Deck's Sunset or Pfister Hone $1 00 




S. UNDER SEPARATE COVER VIA P. P. 



Koken's 
Royal Hones 

A choice hone. 
Quality guaranteed. 
Size 

Inches Each 

2 x4 ; 2-plece.$1.25 
2 x4 ; solid. . . 1.75 
2 x6 ; 2-piece. 2.00 
2 x6 ; solid... 2.50 
I%x3%; 2-piece. 1.00 




Yellow 
Green Water 

Including Rub Stone 
Each 

7-inch $0.75 

8-ineh 90 

9-inch 1.25 

10-inch 1.50 

Extra rub stones. . 1 



Old Rock 


Hones 




Each 


7-inch .... 


$ 2.ft() 


8-inch .... 


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4.0O 


10-inch .... 


5.00 


11-inch .... 


S.00 



12-inch ll.OO 




Belgium 

Oil Hones 

Each 

6-inch $0.50 

6-inch 75 

7-inch 1.00 

8-inch 2.00 

9-inch 3.00 

10-Inch 4.00 



EXCHANGING HONES. — It any ot the above hones purchased of us do not give entire satisfaction, we are always willint 
to make one exchange if the hone is returned to us free of charge and in good order, within ten days from the date on which 
it is received. 



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No. - — Combination lance and neverslip tweezer; 

great service in this tool each. $0.30 




No. 3 — A powerful built tweezer that holds; face 

of points ground to fit each, *<>.::.-> 




No. 7 — Sharp needle points; made to hold and 

pull; solid steel each, 90. 1 r. 



No. S — Needle points tapered and fitted with ex- 
tra care; solid steel each, $0.20 




No. 4 — Hoof shaped; a high-grade tweezer for 
general use; fine chiseled points which fit 
perfectly; solid steel each, $0.30 

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No. 6 — Blackhead extractor with lance. Shape 
and design finest possible; workmanship and 
finish superb. A tool strictly professional. 
You need this tool in your kit each, $0.25 




No. 371 — Chamois nail buff. Removable cover; 
rosewood back; splendidly built; shaped just 
right for quick work; very fine; 6% inches 
long each, $0.75 

No. 379 — Pure white Pyralin back chamois 
buff. Removable cover; extremely practical 
and beautiful; much preferred for professional 
use; 6 inches long each, 1.00 




No. 543 — Chiropodist's professional nail nipper. 
Extra strong and large; finest steel; nickel 
plated each, $2.oo 




No. 11 — The Midget. Sharp needle points; pin 
gauge prevents points from wabbling; very 
finely finished each, ljtO.25 




No. 17 — A tweezer of merit and beauty. Shape 
and construction perfect. A high-quality tool. 
Each $0.3A 



No. 13 — Imported blackhead extractor. A hand- 
finished, practical tool; solid steel each, $O.20 




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No. 544 — Nail nippers. Nickel plated each, !po.75 

No. 548 — Nail nipper. Special concave blades, 

nickel plated each, 1.00 

No. 540 — Ingrowing nail nipper. Finest steel; 

nickel plated each, 1 .56 

No. 549— Nail nippers. Polished finish each, .50 




No. 



547 — Nail nipper, 
plated 



Reversible cutters; nickel 
each, 91.2S 



No. 566 
Professional Manicure Set 

Put up in a handsome seal grain 
leather case containing 2 cream jars, 
2 nail buffers, 1 7-inch nail file, 1 
package emery boards, 1 cuticle knife, 
1 cuticle scissors, 1 nail scissors and 
1 glass stoppered bottle. Every article 
of the highest grade material. 

Price, complete as shown $6.50 

No. 5G7 — Case only 2.50 




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Manicure and Chiropodist's Instruments 



KOKEN 
ST. LOUIS 



No. 352 — Professional nail file. Very flexible; 8 

inches long ; fast cutting each, $0.25 

No. 375 — Professional nail file. Tri-cut; flexible; 

8 inches long; extra smooth cutting each, .25 



No. 355 — Very flexible nail file; 5% inches long.. 

Bach $O.ZO 




No. 354 — Nail file. Flexible; made of fine steel; 

6 inches long each, $0.20 

No. 361— Bone handle cuticle knife each, .50 



No. 5 45 — Cuticle pusher. All steel each, $<>. 2." 



No. 308 — Cuticle stick. Made of box wood. 

Per dozen $0. 1 <> 

No. 434 — Cuticle stick. Made of box wood; hoof 

pattern per dozen, .20 

No. 377 — Cuticle sticks. Genuine orangewood, 

oral ends; 5 inches long per dozen, .35 

No. 378 — Cuticle sticks. Genuine orangewood, 

oval ends; 7 inches long per dozen, .75 

Anticor Safety Corn Razor 

No. 546 — With six blades; in nickel-plated case. 

Each $1.00 

No. 561 — With three blades; in metal box. . .each, .50 
Extra Anticor blades per dozen, 1 .00 




No. 206 — Nail scissors. Solid steel; 3% inches 

long each, $0.50 




No. 207 — Cuticle scissors. High-grade steel; 3% 

inches long each, $0.75 

No. 20S — Same pattern; 4 inches long.. " .75 

No. 200 — Same pattern; 4V£> inches long.. " .75 



No. 360 — Professional cuticle knife. Bone handle. 

Each $0.50 

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No. 358 — Ebony handle corn knife each, $0.50 

£RnR9HHp : 740 i 

No. 359 — Bone handle corn knife each, $0.50 

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No. 367 — All steel chisel each, $0.4* 

6 

No. 203 Corn Razor 

Each $0.50 

No. 204 — Pearl handle each, 1.25 

No. 5 Folding 
m \ gi Magnifying Glass 

Convenient for the pocket. 

Each $0.35 

No. 9 — Large size, each, .50 






No. 213 — Cuticle scissors. Needle point; very 

fine and light; 3% inches long each, $1.00 

No. 214 — Same pattern; 4 inches long " l.OO 

No. 215 — Same pattern; 4% inches long " l.OO 



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No. 372 — Cuticle scissors. Evenly tempered 

steel ; 4 inches long each, $0.(tO 




No. 541 — Cuticle and hang nail nipper. Nickel 

plated; extra strong each, $1.75 



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Le Bel Cupid Manicurists' Requisites 

Every requirement of the skilled professional manicurist is met b>> the Le Bel Cupid line. Experienced 
chemists have combined fheir knowledge in these strictly scientific preparations. 

Tite action of each is so positive and quick, fhe operator is enabled to do more work, fhus earn more at fke 
same time, by use of Le Bel Cupid preparations. 

The trade is absolutely pleased and permanent customers result. 

Each is exquisitely perfumed, absolutely pure, and proves a splendid seller in a retail way to fhe trade. 

We guarantee Le Bel Cupid line. Prove its merits by a trial order. Moderate in cost. Serrt postpaid on 
receipt of price of single package. 



Nail Creme 

Prevents split- 
ting and cracking 
of nails. Much 
used. 



Removene 

A guaranteed 
hair remover. la 
harmless. Does 
not irritate; pro- 
duces quick re- 
sults. 



Rose 
Nail Tint 

The only tint 
prepared espe- 
cially for tinting 
the finger nails. 
Built to meet the 
exacting demand 
of the professional 
manicurist. 

Powdered 
Nail Bleach 

Compounded by 
expert chemists 
especially for pro- 
fessional manicur- 
ists who cater to 
exacting trade. 




Nail Salve 

A paste enamel 
Produces a lasting 
polish and pre- 
serves the nails. 



Nail Shine 
Powder 

A clean, con- 
venient and eco- 
nomical polish; 
free from all injur- 
ious substances 
Gives a brilliant 
polish. 

Nail Enamel 
Cake 

Produces an un- 
equaled bright 
polish. Contain* 
no acids, pumice 
or other com- 
monly used and 
Injurious ingredi- 
ents. 



Cuti Ease 

A scientific 

remedy for brittle 
finger nails, banc 
nails and all ab- 
normal conditions 
of the cuticle. 
Highly antiseptic 
cooling, soothing 
and harmless. 



Nail Bleach Liquid 

A stain remover. Preferred by 
professional manicurists. Guaran- 
teed free from oxalic and other in- 
jurious acids. A superior bleach. 
We recommend it. 

Blushine 

A pure cosmetic for tinting tl i e 
cheeks and lips, giving them a 
healthy glow, delicate as nature 
itself. Preserves the skin and re- 
lieves chapped conditions. Com- 
pounded especially for the exacting 
cosmetician and exclusive trade. 



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PRICES 

Le Bel Cupid Preparations 
Le Bel Cupid Emery Board, 



small size 



Le Bel Cupid Emery Board, 
large size 



Single 
Package 



.10 



.15 



Per 

Dozen 



$0.25 $2.00 



.75 1 



1.00 



Le Bel Cupid Emery 
Boards 

Two Sizes 
Unequaled in lasting cutting sur- 
face. Not too stiff; just flexible 
enough. The best we have ever 
offered. We guarantee them. 

White Nail Tip 

For application underneath and 
around the nails, producing a white 
effect much desired. A delicately 
perfumed antiseptic. 



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Manicure Tables and Chairs 



(token's 
No. 202 Manicure Table 

The first porcelain-enameled iron 
manicure table ever built. The very 
latest in design, at half the former price. 
The permanent snow white finish is the 
same as that of high-grade lavatories or 
bath tubs. 

It is easy to clean, always sanitary 
and retains an always new appearance. 

Has received unqualified approbation 
everywhere installed. 

Perfectly proportioned for profes- 
sional operators. 

An asset to any establishment, how- 
ever large, however small. 

Specifications 

Length, 32 in.; width, IS in. Basin, 
( In. wide, 4 in. deep. Height, 30 in. 
Supply pipe connections, y^ in. 

Fitted with basin and connected with 
running hot and cold water, it is the most 
practical table money can buy. 

Comes to you with all valves, nickel- 
plated pipes, trap, porcelain-enameled 
wall brackets and leg, complete. 
Price $50.00 



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No. 220 Patron's Chair 

Made of steel, electrically 
welded; no rivets nor couplings 
to mar beauty or catch dirt. 
Finished in five coats white 
enamel, hand rubbed, evenly 
baked, hard finish. Mounted 
on rubber sockets. 
Price $10.00 

Catalogue of 



No. 201 Manicure Table 

Base made of iron, painted white, with 
porcelain enameled -top and nickel-plated end 
bars. Has center support to keep it rigid. 
Two hinged drawers for accessories; a strictly 
sanitary table. Size, 15x30 inches. 
Price $10.50 



No. 201 N — Same as No. 201, with base and 
center support nickel plated instead of 
white. 

Price $18.50 

Ladies' Hair-Dressing and Chiropodist Furniture sent on request 



No. 221 Operator's Stool 

Made of steel, electrically 
welded; no rivets or couplings 
to mar beauty or catch dirt. 
Finished in five coats white 
enamel, hand rubbed, evenly 
baked, hard finish; seat heavily 
nickel plated. Very substantial 
as well as ornamental. Mounted 
on rubber sockets. 
Price JjSS.OO 



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Manicure Stand and Equipment 




No. 460 Manicure Table 

Hade of oak, white enamel finish; two drawers for 
tools, etc.; plate glass top. Size, 15%x36% inches; nickel- 
plated legs. 

Price $10.00 

No. 450 — Oak or mahogany finish; plate glass top. 

Price, with copper oxidized metal legs $16. OO 

Price, with nickel-plated metal legs $18.00 

N». 459A — Polished oak top, copper oxidized metal legs. 

Price $12.00 





No. 205 Manicure Table 

The important features of this splendid table are: 
Arm rest for comfort of customer; built-in nickel-plated 
tray sterilizer, which keeps the tools in constant state of 
sterilization; large center display drawer underneath plate 
glass top filled with goods becomes a silent salesman 
which makes table pay for itself. No rivets used in con- 
struction; joints electrically welded. Finished in seven 
coats best grade white enamel. 
Price $32. 50 



No. 206 



No. 206 Portable Manicure 
Stand 

Practical, sanitary, convenient. 
Made of aluminum. Weight, only 12 
pounds. Can be carried with one hand 
or rolled on reversible casters. The 
hand-hold trays and finger bowl are 
snow white porcelain enameled, fitted 
with flexible arm electric light attach- 
ment. 
Price $22.50 

No. 207 Sanitary Manicure 

Cup 

Made of steel, porcelain enameled. 

Price $3.50 

Cup only each, 1.00 

Holder only each, 1.50 

Sockets only per pair, 1.00 

No. 208 Manicure Cup 
and Tray- 
Made of metal, nickel plated. 

Price $5.00 

Tray only each, 2.50 

Cup only each, 1 .50 

Sockets only per pair, 1 .00 

No. 209 Sanitary Manicure 
Tray 

Made of steel, porcelain enameled; 
heavy brass, nickel-plated, adjustable 
bracket and sockets. Swings to any 
position at side or front of arm. Com- 
plete as shown, including pair of 
sockets. 

Price $4.00 

Tray only each, 1.50 

Holder only each, 1.50 

Sockets only per pair, l.OO 

Catalogue of Ladies' Hair-Dressing and 
Chiropodist Furniture sent on request 

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Combs— Hand Made 




No. C4 — A favorite with the pro- 
fession. Hand made; se- 
lected horn stock; 7%-inch. 
Bach $0.35 

No. 28 — Imported Joannot. 
Same pattern as C4. 7%- 
inch each, $0.40 




No. 30 — Hand made. Carefully 
chosen horn stock. Combi- 
nation cutting and feather 
edge. Suitable for all kinds 
of work. A popular comb. 
7%-inch each, $0.35 




No. 75 — Genuine imported 
French horn; extra strong 
back. Especially adapted for 
heavy work. 

7 -inch each, $0.35 

7^-inch each, .4© 




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No. 81 

1 Jarbeau Finest Grade French Combs ; 
genuine horn, imported from France. 
By careful selection, warping and 
twisting is practically eliminated, 
making it the best of all French combs. 
Medium heavy back, tapering. 

6%-inch each, $0.35 

7 -inch each, .40 

7%-inch each, .45 

8 -inch each, .SO 



No. 1 — Hand made. Chosen 
horn stock. Narrow cutting. 
For general work. 7%-inch. 
Each $0.35 

No. 2 — Hand made. Excellent 
horn stock. Medium wide 
and heavy. 7%-inch. 
Each $0.35 




No. 3 — Hand made. Preferred 
horn stock. Very wide and 
heavy. For thick coarse hair. 
7%-inch each, $0.35 

No. 4 — Hand made. Selected 
horn stock. Extra wide and 
heavy. Tough as old hickory. 
7%-inch each, $0.40 




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No. 55 — Hand made. Special 
picked horn stock. Com- 
bination cutting and clipping 
comb; very thin end for 
taper and feather edge. One 
of the most popular combs 
with the trade. 7%-inch. 
Each $0.40 






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No. Htt — Medium cutting; coarse and fine teeth each, $ Q.35 




No. 87 — Narrow cutting; coarse and fine teeth each, $0.25 

No. 88 — Taper clipping comb; rigid back each, $0.25 



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No. S!» — Narrow clipping; teeth set coarse and fine. 



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No. OO — Narrow cutting, with very thin end each, $ 0.35 




No. 91 — Is a different comb. Teeth are not extremely coarse or fine. 

The best hair cutting comb built each, $0.35 




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Barbers' Combs 



*I Strictly hand made, of 
selected first grade horn 
stock. 

<J The quill backs of these 
combs are oval, leaving 
the extreme edge very 
thin, centering the 
strength where the teeth 
start, thus preventing 
easy breakage. 

fl Rounded, tapering teeth 
of polished finish take up 
the hair easily and make 
the cutting of hair more 
perfect. 

<I All numbers are built on 
same line, differing only 
in size and pattern. 

•I Each unexcelled for 
feather-edging. 

Designed exclusively 
by 

Koken 

Barbers' Supply 

Company 



No. <SI — Cutting comb. Selected horn stock; all 

coarse teeth. 7%-inch each, $0.35 



No. 7 — Dye selected horn stock. 5%-lnch. .each, $0.15 
No. 32 — Black rubber dye comb. 6%-inch. .each, .15 



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No. 63— Straight clipping comb. Chosen stock; 
very thin. Can also be used for pompadour 
work. 7-inch each, $0.25 



No. 94— Taper neck comb. Special horn stock. 
Particularly adapted for tapering and feather- 
edge work. 7-inch each, $0.25 



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No. 



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24 — Dressing comb, with handle. Preferred 
stock; large and coarse teeth. 7%-inch. 

Each $0.30 

10 — Dressing comb. Same as aboye, except 
narrower and better finished. 7-inch each, 0.35 



No. 21 — Clipping comb, with handle. Carefully 
picked stock; extra wide; medium weight. 
7-inch each, $0.25 

No. 22 — Clipping comb, with handle. Selected 

stock; medium width. 7-inch each, .25 





No. 



17 — Aluminum; cutting; large. 7% -inch. 

Each $0.25 




No. 27 — Imported Joannot; white horn. 

6%-inch each, $0.35 

7 -inch each, .40 

7%-inch each, .45 

8 -inch each, .50 



No. 36 — Black rubber; taper dressing. 7%-inch. 

Each $0.25 





No. 5S — Black rubber; cutting and clipping. 

7%-inch each, $0.30 



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No. 37 — Black rubber; taper coarse teeth. 

7% -inch each, $0.25 



No. 50 — Black rubber. 7-inch. 



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No. 44 — Hair dressing. Extreme light weight; strong teeth; black 

rubber. A superior comb. 8-inch each, $0.75 





No. 600 — Hard rubber sham- 
poo comb. A scalp invig- 
orator for shampooing or 
before applying tonics. 
Per pair $0.35 



No. 46 — Hair dressing. Black rubber; coarse and fine teeth; curved 

back. Value unsurpassed. 8-inch each, $0.50 





No. 45 — Hair dressing, with handle. Black rubber. A good strong comb 

for kinky hair. 8-inch each, $0.50 



No. 25 Shampoo Comb 

No. 25 — Aluminum; for hose at- 
tachment. Comb only.. each, $0.35 

Rubber hose to fit. Any 
length perft., .10 



No. OSS — Cardinal comb. 

Reddish brown rubber; 

fine teeth on one side, 

coarse on the other.. each, $0.2." 
No. 9S4 — Cardinal comb. 

Both sides fine teeth. each, .It 



No. 386 — Japanese shampoo 
comb (imported). Made 
of specially picked bamboo 
joints; unexcelled as a 
scalp invigorator. For 
shampooing or preceding 

tonics each, $0.10 

Per dozen 1.00 

No. 406 — Imported comb 
cleaner. Long white 
horse hair mounted on 
white celluloid ring, .each, .05 



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This brush is guaranteed to stand 
the hardest wear and be free from 
every defect. Money back if not I 
satisfied. 

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No. 2 — Medium each, .10 

No. 3 — Large each, .50 j 

No. 4 — Extra large each, .60 [ 

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-*J Bristle knot securely held in duplex ferrules which will not crack. 
You can't weaken the bristles of the Royal Line of Stronghold and Phoenix 
Lather Brushes. 

Bristles are imported Bleached Oil Boiled, also Genuine Badger Hair. 
Handles Boxwood, Rosewood, Bone and Dextrite Ivory. 

Every Brush guaranteed to the limit by a House you know makes good. 

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Handle fits the hand and permits manipulation 
of bristles in lathering not possible in other 
patterns. Bristles, setting and guarantee same I 
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Lather ^T^qlD Brushes 

No. 90 — Mixed badger stock; set in vulcanized rub- 
ber; beautiful rosewood bandle. A high-class 
brush; guaranteed to hold the bristles each, $0.75 

No. 93 — Bleached ground end bristles. Won't stick 
the face. Set in vulcanized rubber. Polished 
rosewood handle each, .5© 

No. 94 — Large size each, .60 

No. 91 — Genuine badger stock; set in vulcanized rub- 
ber. A smooth, well shaped lather brush, built for 
long wear. White bone handle each, 1.00 

No. 92 — Selected badger bristles; set in vulcanized 
rubber; carved polished bone handle. A strong 
brush for a strong beard. Strictly guaranteed. 
Each 1.50 

No. 100 — Genuine best grade badger; set in vulcan- 
ized rubber. A bristle that won't stick the face. 
You can use this brush a lifetime. Handle, Dex- 
trite ivory each, 2.00 

No. 104 — Genuine selected badger stock; set in vul- 
canized rubber; has quality from tip to tip. A 
graceful brush that fits the hand. Handle of Dex- 
trite ivory each, 1 .50 

No. 107 — Highest possible quality selected genuine 
silver badger; set in vulcanized rubber. A brush 
of perfect shape and guaranteed construction. 
Handle, Dextrite ivory each. 2.50 

Lather Brushes 



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No. 107 





Imitation ebony handle; aluminum ferrule; 

white bristles; good shape and quality. "Guar- 
anteed." 

No. 71— Small each, $0.30 

No. 72 — Medium each, .40 

No. 73 — Large each. .50 

Rubber Set 

Boxwood handle 

No. 1 — Small each, $0.30 

No. 2 — Medium each, .40 

No. 3 — Large each, .50 

No. 4 — Extra large each, .60 

Alberite handle 

No. 200-1— Small each. $0.50 

No. 200-2— Medium each. .00 

No. 200-3— Large each. .70 



No. 41 — Stronghold; metal fer- 
rule; black handle; medium 
size white bristles; good 
stock; set in vulcanized rub- 
ber. Guaranteed each, $0.25 



No. 43 — Stronghold; metal fer- 
rule. A superior bench 
brush of ample size. Bris- 
tles of fine stock set in vul- 
canized rubber ; guaranteed 
not to come out. It wears 
and satisfies each, $0.35 



Walnut handle; string bound. 
The old reliable. Packed % dozen 
to the box. 

No. 7 per box, $0.90 

No. 9 per box. 1.15 



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IMPORTED HAIR BRUSHES 

SUPERIOR PATTERNS that are DIFFERENT 



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Note Their Important Features 

First — The open backs make them easy to clean and 
sterilize by simply holding under running hot water. 

Second — Every brush is hand drawn. Bristles guar- 
anteed not to come out. 

Third — Bristle stock is the finest imported penetrat- 
ing Russian hog. Money cannot buy better. 

Fourth — The wood blocks are especially selected and 
chemically treated. Guaranteed to stand any kind of 
sterilizing without warping or cracking. 

Fifth — A shape for every man. Each just right. 

These five points make the patterns shown on this 
page the bat wearing sanitary hair brush on the market. 



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No. 6O6 — A narrow back. Very popular with the trade. Five rows bristles. Size, I%x9 

inches each, $1. 



No. 625 — An original pattern with crescentic shaped back, 
especially designed to fit the curvature of any head. Very 
desirable. She rows bristles. Size, I%x9 inches each, $1.50 



No. 630 — Convex back; a shape 
that fits the head and pre- 
sents a greater working sur- 
face. A pattern for rapid 
work. Seven rows bristles. 
Size. 2%x9 Inches each, $2.00 



No. 640 — A new 
shape; semi - mili- 
tary. Extremely 
strong ; eight rows 
long bristles, su- 
perbly knotted. Size, 
214x8 Inches. 
Each 92.OO 



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No. 620— 

A supe- 
rior brush 
In every 
way. Large 
oval shaped 
back set 
with full 
knots; 7 
rows bris- 
tles; size, 
2%x9 Ins. 
Each 

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No. 621 — Solid rosewood oval block; 
large size; 13 rows penetrating 
Russian bristles; hand drawn. 
Each $2.O0 



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No. 601 — Solid rosewood oval 
block; 13 rows extra long Rus- 
sian bristles each, $1.25 





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No. 624 — Natural ebony oval block; 9 rows hand-drawn grey Rus- 
sian bristles penetrating stock each, $0.75 



No. 623 — Oval natural finish rose- 
wood block; sanitary ventilated 
back; 7 rows hand-drawn black 
China bristles penetrating 
stock; excellent value. It fits 
the hand each, $ 

No. 035 — Convex back; walnut 
block; 13 rows black China 
bristles each, 



1.35 



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No. 490 — Solid back rosewood block; 11 rows 
extra long Russian bristles, selected stock. 
Bach $1.25 




No. 476 — Solid back, cocobolo wood; 13 rows se- 
lected black bristles each, $1.0O 




No. 311 — Manila pinewood block, highly polished; 

13 rows stiff Japanese bristles each, $0.90 




No. 131 — Imitation rosewood; oval back; 13 rows 

short Russian bristles each, $0.75 




No. 034 — Concave back, walnut block; 13 rows 

black China bristles each, $0.85 




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No. 631 — Narrow satinwood back; 13 rows grey 
Russian bristles, set close and penetrating. A 
very good brush for general work. It digs 
down i.each, $1.25 




No. 610 — Rosewood block; heavy oval back; 12 
rows long black bristles. Will stand sterilizing. 
Each $0.85 




No. 1182 — Rosewood block; 11 rows Russian 

bristles each, $0.75 






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No. 4 — Solid natural ebony block; 7 rows Russian 
bristles. A real penetrator; neat and handy. 
Each $ 0.60 



633— Solid coc( 
black and grey bi 
Each 



block; 5 rows mixed 
. An attractive pattern. 



.90.65 





No. 634 — Black ivory finish wood block; 7 rows 
stiff grey bristles. Sanitary; can be sterilized. 
Each 



0.60 



400 — Sanitax open back; one-piece metal 
hair brush; 7 rows grey Russian bristles. 
Boiling water will not injure it; easily ster- 
ilized each, .1(1.25 





No. 614 — Keepclean. Natural ebony block; 7 rows 
penetrating grey bristles set in solid aluminum. 
A sanitary brush $0.50 



Sanitax 



No. 145 — Removable metal nickel plated back; 
genuine Russian bristles; adapted to shampoo- 
ing; easily sterilized each, $2.00 





No. 6 — Shampoo brush. Stiff bristles. 
For years the most popular seller. 
Each $0.50 



Rotary Hair Brush 



No. 1 

No. 2 — Rotary hair brush bracket. 



.each, $4.50 
.each. .75 




No. 319 — Nail and hand 
scrub. Choice Tampico 
stock , each. $0.25 

No. !»4 — H and scrub; 
mixed bristles; me- 
dium size each. .35 

No. 360 — S a n i t a x hand 
scrub. Black Russian 
bristles each, .75 




No. 345 — Eyebrow brush. 
Imported. Long bone 
handle; white bristles. 
Each $0.10 



No. 21 — Shampoo brush. Foxwood 

block; grey Russian bristles .. each, $0.50 

No. 20 — Shampoo brush. Solid back; 
dark vermilion block; black China 
bristles: bristles remain stiff. each, .50 





No. 34S — Small dye brush. 
Imported. Black bris- 
tles each. $0.1 



No. 22 — Shampoo brush. Screw back; 
genuine grey Russian bristles. 



Each 



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No. !)1 — Hand scrub. Imported. 
Large size; genuine grey bristles. 
long stock; sanitary ventilated 
back; easily cleaned, .each. $0.5 




No. 39 — Hand scrub. Imported. 
Good stock, white bristles. 
Each $0.25 

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No. !)2 — Hand scrub and nail brush. 
Imported. Genuine bristles; sani- 
tary, ventilated back; easily 
cleaned each, $0.50 



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Neck Dusters 



Oak handle; neat shape and size. 
Recognized for years as the popular 
professional duster. 

No. 10 — Large each, $0.50 

No. 1 — Medium each, .40 



No. 17 — Long bristles; hardwood 
handle; a strong, firm bristle which 
will not scratch. Each $0. 75 




No. 3 — Long bleached French 
bristles; chiseled and nicely spread; 
a large practical tool that catches 
them all. Each $ 0.60 




No. 7 — Real horse hair; extra large 
and well made. For those who like 
heavy brushes. Each $0.75 



No. 16 — Extra long white French 
bristles; white enameled handle. The 
up-to-date duster lor clean,, sanitary 
shops. Each $1.25 





No. 9 

Genuine horse hair; 
beautiful nickel plated 
handle. A clever pat- 
tern. 
Each $1.00 




No. 19 

Rosewood handle; long se- 
lected horse hair. A yery handy 
duster that fits the hip or coat 
pocket. 
Each $0.65 




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No. 15 

Satinwood handle. Imported. 
Long bleached bristles; round 
pattern. Nothing clumsy about 
this brush. A nitty duster. 
Each $0.00 




No. 14 

Well filled with good 
grade horse hair; 
nickel plated handle; 
quality throughout. 
Bach $0.75 



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Bath Brushes 












485— Turkish bath 
brush; wood back. 
Bach $0.75 



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No. 410 Sanitary BathJjSponge 

Each $ 

Rubber Bath Sponges 

No. 407— Small each, $0.50 

No. 408 — Medium each, .75 

No. 409— Large each, l.OO 

onges for Mugs 
Rk Sheep wool, bleached 

W\ No. 2 each, $0.10 

\ Zimoca silk 

S\ No. 5 each, .35 

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Chamois Skins 

No. 1 — Small each, 

No. 2 — Medium each, 

No. 3 — Large each. 



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.40 



No. 8 Powder Pad 

Each $0.20 

Swan Down Puffs 
No. 1— Large . .each, $0.35 



No. 2 — Medium .each, 
No. 3 — Small ...each. 



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Tool Cases and Bags 






No. 150 



No. 562 



No. 162 

No. ISO — For 9 razors each, SpX. 

No. 151 — Same as No. 150. For 12 razors each, 1. 

No. 562 — Oak wood, nickel-plated handle, hinges and key lock. Holds 12 

razors, 2 shears, 1 comb each, 1 

No. 162 — With key lock; to hold 12 razors, 2 shears and comb each, 1, 



OO 
25 



75 
25 





No. 15 — Physician's pattern. Black 
leather, canvas lined, steel frame, 
key lock. Size, 14 inches. 
Each $4.00 

No. 527 — Brown split leather, metal 
trimmings, cloth lined. Size, 14 
inches each, $3.50 

No. 16 — Brown leather, stitched 
handle, flange frame, metal trim- 
med, cloth lined. Size, 14 inches. 
Each $1.75 



No. 160 Barbers' Traveling 
Case 

With 3 bottles only... each, $6.00 

No. 160A— Case with following 
tools: Three bottles, 1 mug, 4 
choice razors, 1 B. & S. clipper, 
4 linen huck towels, good size; 
1 hair brush, 1 Stronghold 
lather brush, 1 cake Purity 
soap, 1 No. 10 neck duster, 1 
8-inch Crown shear, 1 stick cos- 
metic, 1 styptic pencil, 1 stick 
mustache wax, 1 No. 2 comb, 1 
No. C tweezer, 1 No. 35 strop 
Price $19.00 




No. 120 — Leather, velvet lined; for 6 razors, each, $0.75 
No. 121 — Leather, velvet lined; for 9 razors, each, l.OO 




No. 200 Barbers' Traveling Case 

No. 200 — Made of fibre, covered with imitation 
leather; very strong and durable. Size, 14 
inches long, 10 inches high. A very handy 
and neat looking case for the traveling barber. 

With three bottles only each, $4.50 

Tools extra, according to selection 



Made of very soft suede leather, 
keeps tools in perfect condition. 



Rolls easily and 



No. 170 — For 
No. 171 — For 

No. 172— For 
No. 173— For 
No. 174^— For 



razors each, $0.60 

.75 
1.25 
1.50 
1.75 



razors each, 

razors each, 

razors each, 




No. 130- 



12 razors each, 



No. 131— 9 loop. 
No. 132—12 loop. 



Leather, velvet lined 
loop each, $0.75 



. each, 
.each, 



l.OO 
1.25 



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No. 389 Aluminum Mustache 
Curlers 

Per pair 90.25 




No. 1 1 Singeing Tapers 

Specially prepared for our trade. 
Warranted not to drip. 
Per box, containing 30 tapers. .90. 10 



No. 9 Mustache Curler 

Per package, containing 1 doz. .$0.10 





No. 530 Schnurbartbinde 

For training mustache. Made of silk lace and celluloid. 
<Imported.) 
Each $0.50 



No. 383 Schnurbartbinde 

For training mustache. (Imported.) 



Bach 



.fO.25 




Koken's Economy Shear Grinder 

Is the newest thing in a light 
ball-bearing grinder for sharp- 
ening shears and all other light 
edge tools. 

Has a 4xl-inch fine grit grinding 
wheel and adjustable tool guide. Each 
machine is packed in a corrugated 
box for delivery by Parcel Post. Net 
weight, each, 3 lbs. 

$1.75 Each 




No. 402 Shears Pads 

Rubber. For thumb and finger. 
Each $0.05 

Clipper Oil 

Per 2-oz. bottle 9O.IO 




No. 15 Pocket Curling Iron 
Heater 

Metal; nickel plated; for alcohol. 
A handy article for the traveler. 
Each 90.35 




No. 5 Alcohol Lamp 

For heating curling irons. 
Each .1*0.10 



No. 1 Curling Iron Heater 

An alcohol lamp of special value 
at the price. 
Each $0.25 




No. 437 Pressing Iron 

Polished steel, wood handle. For No. 7 "Midget" Mustache Curler No. 8 Mustache Curler 

ttraightening kinky hair. (Imported.) - lg Each ?0 20 

Each 91. 50 





No. 388 Domestic Curling Iron 



lach 



•90.2c 



No. 387 French Pattern Curling Iron 

Large 
Each 90.50 



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Neck Bibs — Eye Shades 




No. 66 Carlton Neck Bib 

Made of rubber. Adjustable to all 
sizes of necks. 
Bach $0.35 



No. 67 Neck Bib 

Made of tan rubber 
Bach $0.25 






No. 110 Fernald's Cotton Strips 

To protect neck from hair clippings. 

Per box containing 200 $1.25 

No. 115 — Per box containing 

400 2.25 



TKOKEN'S -^ 

BOTCH/BIB 



No. 68 Royal Neck Bib 

Made of finest quality rubber, with 
reinforced neck band. Adjustable to 
all sizes. 
Each $0.5O 




No. 461 Derby Eye Loop 

For extracting small particles from 
the eye. 
Each $0. 1 





No. 10 
Featherweight Eye Shade 

Made of green celluloid 
Each $0.25 



No. 11 Eye Shade 

Each $0.10 





No. 3 Wire Gauze Eye Protector 

Bach : . .$0.25 



No. 514 Eye Shield 

Used when trimming the beard 
Each .- $0.25 





No. 513 Celluloid Eye Protector 

With protected edges 
Bach $0.25 



No. 515 Panama Eye Shade 

Adjustable to any shaped head, protected edges 
Each $0.25 



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Coats kept in stock in sizes from 
34 to 44 inclusive. Larger 
sizes made to order, per gar- 
ment, extra $0.25 



Barbers' Garments 

Selected Patterns. Correct Styles 



For embroidering initials or full 
name with fine red braid on 
top pocket or bottom corner 
of coat or vest, extra. fO.H 




Always give chest measure for coats and vests; inside leg and 
waist measure for trousers. 



No. 34 — Coat. Military. Full length. 
Made ot fine white drill; pockets and 
cuffs trimmed with fine striped ma- 
terial; all edges, pockets and sleeves 
trimmed with fine quality braid; 4 
white buttons, 3 pockets. 
Bach $1.54) 




No. 71 — Vest. With sleeves; collar- 
less. Made of heavy white bleached 
drill with fine black stripes; 5 but- 
tons, 3 pockets. 
Each $1.25 



CAPILATOR 

is the tonic with a conscience. You can benefit your 
customers and yourself by pushing this Tonic for it is 
a business builder and profit maker. The manufac- 
turers are giving you the cost of stand bottles and 
expensive advertising in free goods. Low in price, 
high in quality. 

Special Offer:— 

Four dollar bottles free with a gallon, two with a 
half gallon. Large size bottles, 1 2 ounces instead of 
8 ounces. 

$4.00 a Gallon $2.25 Half -Gallon $1.25 Quart 




No. 50 — Coat. Military pattern. Made 
of superior white drill; 3 pockets, 
4 buttons. Each $1.25 




No. 3S — Coat. Made of very fine 
white, black-striped duck; neat pat- 
tern; black buttons. 
Each $1.50 




No. 72 — Coat. Full length; collarless. 
Made of grey striped fine galatea; 4 
huttons. 3 pockets. 
Each $1.50 



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No. 49 

No. 64 — Coat. Extra long; collarless. 
Made of good quality plain white 
drill; 4 buttons; 3 pockets. 
Each $1.50 

No. 53 — Trousers. Roll bottom. Made 
of fine heavy white duck; 2 side 
pockets, 1 watch pocket and 2 hip 
pockets. When ordering, give waist' 
and inside leg measure. 
Each $1.75 

All Coats and Vests kept in stock. 
Sizes from 34 to 44. 




Barbers' Garments 

Selected Patterns. Correct Styles 



NO. 6 Coat, Military, 33 in. White 
drill with black stripe, like No. 49. 
Each $1.25 

No. 49— Coat. Full length; collarless. 
Made of good quality white drill 
with fine black stripe: 4 buttons; 3 
pockets. 
Each $1.25 

No. <>7 — Coat. Full length; collarless. 
Same style as No. 49. Plain white 
drill. 
Each $1.25 

Always give inside leg and waist 
measure for trousers, and chest meas- 
ure for coats and vests. 




No. 64 



No. 70 



No. 6JS — Coat. Extra long; collarless. 
Made of good quality plain white 
drill with fine black stripe; 4 but- 
tons; 3 pockets. 
Each $1.50 

For embroidering initials only, or full 
name with fine red braid on top 
pocket or bottom corner of coat or 
vest. 
Extra $0.15 

No. 40 — Vest. With sleeves; collarless. 
Made of fine quality white duck; 5 
buttons; 3 pockets. 
Each $1.25 

No. 69 — Coat. Collarless; elbow 
sleeves; same as above. Made of 
white drill, with fine black stripe. 
Each $1.0O 



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NO. 91 Coat, made of white duck, black 
stripe, with fine % inch braid 
Each $1.50 



All Coats and Vests kept in stock. 
Sizes, 34 to 44. 




No. 63 



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Barbers' Garments ( s c 



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Correct Stylet 




), Hair and Shampoo Cloths 



No. 36 

No. 72 Shampoo Cloth 

With draw string. Made of hospital 
rubber sheeting; tough and durable; 
particularly adapted for crude oil 
shampooing. Has the neck adjust- 
ment you have always wanted in a 
shampoo cloth. A practical cloth for 
any shop. Size, 36x48 inches. 
Bach $1.50 




No. 86— Coat Full length; military. 
Made of heavy white duck, am 
edges, pockets and sleeves trimmed 
with fine linen braid; buttons con- 
cealed; 3 pockets. 
Each $1.76 

No. <!S— Coat. Collarless; elbow 
sleeves; (no soiling of cuffs or 
sleeves); full length. Made of good 
quality white drill; 4 buttons; 3 
pockets. 
Each $ 1 25 




No. 64 Shampoo Cloth 

Made of light weight rubber; black 
or white. Size, 36x45 in. 

Each $1.00 

No. 65 — Made of heavy weight 

rubber each, 1.50 

No. 325 Shampoo Cloth 

Made of mackintosh cloth. Size, 
36x45 inches. 
Each $1.35 




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No. 70 Hair Cloth 

With draw string. Made of white 
muslin. Can be quickly adjusted tight 
•r loose to make snug fit around the 
neck; no pins necessary. 

Bach $0.75 

No. 71 — Same style; made of 

percale each, .75 



No. 61 Hair Cloth 

Percale; warranted fast colors. Fine 
assortment of patterns in stripes, 
checks and figures. Size, 48x60 inches. 

Bach $0.60 

No. 62 — Made of best quality 

calico; good assortment of 

patterns each, .50 

No. 63 — White muslin; well 

made; extra large each, .75 

All of the above hair cloths are 
strongly reinforced in the neck. They 
won't tear. You can't make them for 
less at home. 



No. 68 
No. 326 Carlton Shampoo Bib 

Size, 18x21 inches each, $1.00 



No. 327- 
No. 328- 



-Size, 18x27 in. each, 
■Size, 20x34 in. each, 



1.35 
1.70 



No. 68 Shampoo Cloth 

Made of best quality rubber-faced 
cloth; checked pattern on one side, 
plain on the other. Size, 36x45 inches. 
Each $1.25 




No. 330 Hair Cutting Robe 

Made of good quality muslin. Com- 
fortable for the customer. 
Each $1.60 



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No. 10 Face Towel 

Bleached cotton, soft finish. Size, 
12x26. 
Per dozen $0.60 





No. 20 Face Towel 

Bleached cotton, soft finish ; hemmed 
and selvedged. Size, 13x24. 
Per dozen $0.65 



No. 80 Face Towel 

Bleached cotton, soft finish; hemmatf 
and selvedged. Size, 14x24. 
Per dozen $0.75 



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No. 11 Hotel Shop Face Towel 

Made of the best grade cotton; extra fine and close 
weave; a quick absorbent; soft and strong; will stand 
laundering; used in the finest and most exclusive shops. 
The new size, 18x24 inches. 
Per dozen $1.25 

Linen Huck Breast Towels 

Made ot best imported bleached linen. 
No. 18— Size. 15x22. .per doz., $1.35 




No. 418 Oversleeves 

Rubber, good quality. 
Per pair 90.35 



No. 419 Oversleeves 

Gingham, black or figured. 
Per pair $0.25 





Absorbent Cotton Toweling 

Very soft, retaining the heat; in 10-yard bolts, II 
inches wide. 
Per bolt $1.00 

Twill Toweling 

16 inches wide; in 25-yard bolts. 
Per yard $0.15 

Crochet Pattern Toweling 

Woven from specially selected yarns, ensuring absorb- 
ent qualities; 16 inches wide, in 25-yard bolts. 
Per bolt $2.50 

Cotton Huck Breast Towels 

Made of finest selected and bleached 
cotton. 

No. 21— Size, 14x20.. .per doz., $0.7(1 
No. 22— Size, 17x30... per doz., 1.2B 



No. 447 Bath Cap 

Fits tight, prevents hair from get- 
ting wet. Made of mackintosh cloth. 
Each $0.25 

No. 44S — Made of gum rubber. 

Each 75 




No. 8 Paper Towels 

Best grade quick absorbing erase 
blotting paper; size, 11^x18 inches; 
150 towels in a roll; saves laundry 
bills; use as a blotter. 
Per roll $0.35 



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DECKELMAN BROS., INC.. 46-48 Turk St., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Turkish 
Bath Towels 

Made of fine 
double-thread heavy 
Terry cloth. 

No. 38— Size, 19x3S. 

Per doz. . . .$1.75 
No. SO— Size. 20x39. 

Per doz $2. no 

No. 40— Size, 22x44. 

Per doz $3.25 



Fancy Turkish 
Bath Towels 

Blue borders, extra 
fine weave; long spe- 
cially woven Ten? 
cloth, unusually 
good; adds tone to 
any bath room. 

No. 13— Size, 18x3« 

Per doz $2. .TO 

No. 14 — Size, 22x44 

Per doz $3.26 

No. 15— Size, 20x40, 

extra heavy. 

Per doz $3.75 




Hot Towels 



Made of choice selected Terry cloth. 
No. 23— Size, 17x19.. per doz., $1.60 
No. 24 — Size, 16x22, heavy. 

Per doz 1.85 







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Hot Towels 

Made of best quality heavy Terry cloth. 

No. 45— Size, 14x25 per doz., $1.50 

No. 46— Size. 18x26 per doz., 2.00 

No. 17 
Turkish Wash Cloths 

Made of fine grade cotton 
Terry cloth; size, 12x12 Ins. 
Per dozen if 0.65 



Turkish 
Toweling 

Heavy and 
soft; width, 18 
inches. 
Per yard, 

$0.1S'/ 2 



No. 6 
Towel 
Holder 

Holds the 
towel tight and 
even. No pins 
necessary; 
easy to adjust. 
Each . $0.10 



No. 7 
Sanitary Face Shield 

Permits the use of very hot 
towels without burning or 
scalding the face. Made of 
soft material, French line* 
finish; open weave. Size, 
12x16 inches.. 
Per dozen $0.40 








No. 60 Hot Towel 

Very heavy, smooth on one side. 
Size, 18x26 per doz., $2.25 



Size. 



No. 55 Hot Towel 

Extra heavy, specially woven. 
18x26 per doz., $3.25 



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DECKELMAN BROS., INC., 718 J St., SACRAMENTO, CAL. 



Whittemore's and American Shoe Polish 




Lynn's Paste, black or russet, 34 lb., per doz $1.20 

New Era Paste, black or russet, % lb-, P er doz $1.20 

New Era Paste, oxblood or brown, 34 lb., per doz $1.20 



Eagle Paste, black or russet, }4 lb-, per doz. 
Eagle Paste, oxblood or brown, 34 lb., per doz. 

2-1 Black Paste, y 2 lb. size, per doz 

Xew Era Paste, y 2 lb. size, per doz 

Eagle Paste, 34 lb. size, per doz 

Lynn Paste, J4 lb. size, per doz 

2-1 Black Paste, 2 oz. size, per doz. 



$1.20 
$1.20 
$2.40 
$2.40 
$2.40 
$2.40 
$ .80 
Eagle Paste, 2 oz. size, per doz $ .60 




WHITTEMORE'S PASTES 

Per doz. 

Elite black paste, y z lb $2.75 

Dandy russet paste, y 2 lb $2.75 

Oxblood paste, y 2 lb $2.75 

Nobby brown paste, y 2 lb $2.75 

Elite black paste, 34 lb $1.65 

Dandy russet paste, 34 lb $1.65 

Oxblood paste, 34 lb $1.65 

Nobby brown paste, % lb $1.65 



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Liquid Cleaners 



Russet. Whittemore's or Eagle, per gal. bottle 

Elite black, Whittemore's or Eagle, per gal. can 

Russet, Whittemore's or Eagle, per y 2 gal. bottle 

Elite black, Whittemore's or Eagle, per y 2 gal. bottle 

Russet, Whittemore's or Eagle, per quart bottle 

Black, Whittemore's or Eagle, per quart bottle 

Wonder Finishing Cream, per quart can 

Wonder Whitener, for white calf or canvas, per quart can 

Wonder Bronze, per quart bottle 

Velox Brand Powder, black, tan or oxblood, for making cleaner. 




Heel and Sole 
Dressing 

Whittemore's or Eagle 
Black or Russet 

4 oz. size, per doz $1.20 

16 oz. size, each $ .40 

32 oz. size, each $ .75 




$1.25 
$1.15 
$ .65 
$ .65 
$ .35 
$ .35 
$1.00 
$1.00 
$2.50 
$ .50 



Dyes 

Whittemore's or Eagle 



4 oz. bottle, each $ .25 

Per pint, each $ .75 

Per quart, each $1.25 

Per gallon, each $4.00 



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DECKELMAN BROS., INC., 718 J St., SACRAMENTO, CAL. 



Bronze Dressing 



per bottle $ .25 per dozen $3.00 



Suede Dressing - per bi ittle 

Nuway White Dressing — Kid Shoes..... .. per bottle 

Quick White Dressing — Canvas per bottle 

Nova White Dressing — Canvas per bottle 

White Rig-lit Off — Canvas. per bottle 

Bostonian Cream — all colors — Kid Slices. .' per bottle 

Boston Waterproof — Black or Russet per bottle 



.20 per dozen 2.00 

.20 per dozen 2.00 

.20 per dozen 2.00 

.20 per dozen 2.00 

.20 per dozen 2.00 

.20 per dozen 2.00 

.20 per dozen 2.00 



Whittemore's Dandy Combination — Black, Tan, Oxblood or Brown per package .20 per dozen 2.00 



AS SOON AS NEW SHADES OF SHOES COME OUT WE CARRY POLISH FOR THEM 





No. 120 



No. 185 



No. 160 



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HOFFMAN'S GOLD MEDAL POLISH 
Best for Nickel Plate and Brass 

CONTAINS NO ACID OR GRIT 

Per Gallon $1.50 






No. 180 



No. 


8888 


4/4 


No. 


8888 


4/4 


No. 


8888 


5/4 


No. 


8888 


5/ 4 


No. 


8888 


6/4 


No. 


8888 


6/4 


No. 


226 


27-in 


No. 


226 


40-in 


No. 


3278 


40-in 


No. 


226 


54-in 


No. 


226 


63- in 


No. 


226 


72-in 


No. 


8 


30-in 


No. 


770 


30-in 


No. 


570 


30-in 


No. 


J259 


27-in 



Shoe Laces 

Black Laces per bunch 

Tan Laces per bunch 

Black Laces per bunch 

Tan Laces per bunch 

Black Laces per bunch 

Tan Laces per bunch 

. or 30-in. Black Blind Eyelet Lace, Round per dozen 

. Black Blind Eyelet Lace, Round per dozen 

. Black Blind Eyelet Lace, Flat per dozen 

, Black Blind Eyelet Lace, Round.. per dozen 

. Black Blind Eyelet Lace, Round per dozen 

. Black Blind Eyelet Lace, Round per dozen 

Tan, Mahogany or White, per dozen, 10c extra. 

. Flat Lace Mercerized Black or Tan per dozen 

. Flat Lace Silk Black or Tan per dozen 

. Flat Lace Silk Black or Tan per dozen 

. Flat Lace Mercerized White per dozen 



.20 


per 


gross 


$1.50 


.20 


per 


gross 


1.60 


.20 


per 


gross 


1.75 


.20 


per 


gross 


1.85 


.20 


per 


gross 


2.00 


.20 


per 


gross 


2.10 


.50 


per 


gross 


3.00 


.60 


per 


gross 


3.50 


.60 


per 


gross 


3.50 


.75 


per 


gross 


4.00 


.85 


per 


gross 


4.50 


.95 


per 


gross 


5.00 


.60 


per 


gross 


3.50 


1.75 


per 


gross 


10.00 


1.50 


per 


gross 


8.00 


.85 









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Shoe Polishers' Supplies 



No. 7— Row Adams Grey bristle $2.00 No. 

No. 7— Row Adams Yellow bristle 2.00 No. 

No. 9— Row Adams Yellow bristle 2.60 No. 

No. 9 — Row Adams Grey bristle 2.50 No. 

No. 11 — Row Adams Grey bristle 2.75 No. 



30— Extra 8 Row Polisher, Grey $1.50 

133— D. Bros. 9 Row Polisher, Grey 1.75 

134— D. Bros. 9 Row Polisher, Yellow 1.75 

7 — D. Bros. Special, extra long, Yellow.. 1.75 
7— D. Bros. Special 1.75 



No. 11— Row Adams Yellow bristle 2.85 No. 6808— Long China bristles 1.75 

No. 70—9 Row Yellow Polisher 2.60 No. 322— Choice Black Bristle Polisher 1.00 



No. 32— Automatic foot- 
scraper; cleans the sole 
and brushes the sides 
of shoe at same time; 
automatically 
adjusts itself 
to any size 
shoe. 

Each ..$1.10 




No. 27 — Stencil dauber; 

medium each, $0.15 

No. SO — Stencil dauber; 

large each. .20 




No. 46S — Polisher; heavy block; 
long white bristles; made for 
tan shoes each, $1.3? 




No. 321 — Mud brush; natural 

Tampico stock each, $0.20 

No. 1 — Mud brush; black Tam- 
pico stock each, .15 



No. 1 — Polisher; medium size; 

good bristles each, $O.TO 




No. 4 — Patent leather polisher. 
Bach $0.00 




fill . ' 1! 

No. 3 — Whisk; 18 inches long, best 
stock. 
Bach SO. 35 

No. 4 — Whisk; 16 inches long. 
Each 30 

No. 5 — Whalebone whisk broom; 18 
Inches long. Made from the finest, 
selected whisk corn. 
Each 0.50 




No. 29 — Dauber, with handle. 

Each $0.15 

No. 31 — Dauber, with handle, 

for tan shoes each, .40 




No. 02 — Suede bniBh; for 
cleaning suede shoes ; 
made of fine wire cased 
with bristles each, $0.25 




No. 26 — Shoe cleaner; oak 
block; extra stiff black 
bristles ; for cleaning soles. 
Each $0.25 

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HOFFMAN'S GOLD MEDAL POLISH 
Best for Nickel Plate and Brass 

CONTAINS NO ACIO OR GRIT 

Per Gallon $1.50 



DECKELMAN BROS., INC.. 46-48 Turk St.. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 



Shoe Polishers' Supplies 

Cloth and Hat Brushes 



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No. 25 — Cloth and hat brush. Flexible leather 

back, select Chinese bristles each. ."((1 .35 




No. 368 — Rosewood back, black China bristles. 

Each $O.S5 




No. 313— Walnut block, black and white stock. 

Each $0.30 




No. 51 Foot-Rest 

Height, 8 inches. 

Nickel plated each, $0.60 

No. 51A— Japanned. 

Each $0.35 





54 Foot-Rest 

Height, 



No. 

Very massive. 

18 inches. 

Nickel plated, each, .$2.00 

No. 54A — J apanned or 
bronzed. .. .each, $1.15 

No. 54 E — Porcelain enam- 
eled each, $2.50 




No. 470 — A polished concaved block, long gray 

Russian bristles each, $1.10 



No. 315 — Imitation eoony block, white bristles. 

Each $0.60 




No. 38— Derby hat brush. 




No. 56 Foot-Rest 

Adjustable; can be raised 
or lowered by simple turn. 
Made of iron, nickel plated. 
Height, when low, 14 in.; 
when high, 18 in. 
Each $2.75 



No. 53 Foot-Rest 

Height, 15 inches. 

Nickel plated each. $1.50 

No. 53A — J apanned or 

bronzed each, $0.75 

No. 53E — Porcelain en- 
ameled each. $1.90 



No. 50 Foot-Rest 

Camel Pattern. 

Height, 8 inches. 

Nickel plated each, $0.90 

No. 50A— Bronzed each, .55 

See pages 76 and 77 for Shoe Shining Stands 



PAGE 179 



$0.30 




No. 55 Foot-Rest 

The pedestal can be re- 
moved from the socket, as 
shown, making it specially 
convenient on a stand used by 
ladies. 

Height. 16 inches. 
Nickel plated.... each, $2.25 
No. 55A — Japanned or 

bronzed each, $1.25 



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Shoe Polishers , Supplies 



No. 75 Bootblack Foot-Rest 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak, 
golden finish; nickel-plated foot-rest; 
space for polish and brushes; height, 
26 inches. 
Price $ 4.75 





467 Bootblack Stool 



Made of steel, copper oxidized finish; 
polished oak seat; height, 18 inches. 
Price $1.75 



463 Bootblack Foot-Rest 

It can be placed before a barber's 
chair or any waiting chair. Seat and 
shining bracket may be instantly raised 
or lowered. Box for tools and mater- 
ials. Price $5.50 




No. 69 Bootblack Foot-Rest 

Made of quarter-sawn white oak, 
golden finish ; upholstered with leather ; 
light and handy; height, 29 inches. 
Price $5.oO 






19 Bootblack Foot-Rest 



Frame and foot-rest oxidized copper; 
top quartered oak; has hand hole in 
seat for carrying, and a convenient 

brush tray. Price each, $4.5© 



No. 18 Bootblack Foot-Rest 

Made of steel, oxidized copper finish; 
polished oak seat, adjustable to any 
angle; has shelf under seat for polish 
and brushes: rubber feet. 
Price $4.30 



No. 17 Shoe Shining Stand 

Made of steel, oxidized copper finish; 
polished oak seat. The foot-rest is 
adjustable, and can be pushed under 
chair. Has shelf and drawer for 
polish, brushes, etc. 

Price * 12.00 




No. 57 Foot-Rest 

Made of iron, with rubber feet. Can 
be used with any barber chair. Height, 
23 inches. 

Nickel plated each, $4.00 

No. 57A — Japanned or bronzed. 

Each 2.25 



See pages 76 and 77 for Shoe Shining Stands 



PAGE 180 




Porters' Supplies 



Floor Broom 

N». 336 — 12 In. wide; mixed gray 

•tock each, $0.70 

N». 837 — 14 In. wide; mixed gray 

■tock each. .90 



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Floor Broom 

No. 24 — 16 in. wide; black mixed stock. 

Each $1.10 

No. 25 — 16 in. wide; long gray stock. 

Each 1.60 

No. 27 — 16 In. wide; choice long black 

bristles each, 2.10 

No. 30 — 18 Inches wide; selected long 

black bristles each, 2.60 



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No. 16 
Bowl Brush 

Made of Palmi- 
ra fibre twisted 
Into steel wire ; 
can't come apart; 
the brush for 
closet bowls; no 
cloths or mops re- 
quired; it does 
perfect cleaning. 
Each $0.35 



No. 17 

Cuspidor Brush 

Made of selected 
stiff fibre set in 
twisted steel wire. 
It can be shaped 
so as to get into 
the crevices and 
corners of the cus- 
pidor for perfect 
cleaning. 
Each $0.25 




No. 677 Porter's Cap 

Made of fine blue cloth; gilt 
embroidered letters, stiff frame, 
patent leather peak. 
Each $1.75 



No. S64 Mop Holder 

Metal, tinned finish. 
Each $0.60 

No. 565 Triangle Polish Mop 

It cleans and polishes floor at same 
time; makes no dust and lasts longer 
than any other mop. The best for any 
mopping. 
Each $1.75 




No. 66 — Coat; made of strong 
white blue-striped classics; 4 
buttons, 3 pockets. each, $1.10 

No. 35 — Coat; made of superior 
black sateen; very serviceable. 
Each $1.60 




No. 88 Electric Shoe Dryer 

Attach to any electric light socket. 
Runs on either direct or alternating 
current, 110 volts. Throws a powerful 
current of air. Has a bracket that fits 
on foot-rest, holding machine in proper 
position while drying the shoe, permit- 
ting the operator to work on another. 
A great time saver. Requires but one 
minute to dry the shoe. 
Each $1 7.50 

Selvyt Polishing Cloths 

By many preferrred to chamois 
skins; always stays soft; can be 
washed without becoming stiff or hard ; 
fine- for polishing metal or glass. 

No. 15— Size, 14x14 each, $0.25 

No. 16— Size, 14x17% each. .35 

No. 17— Size. 21x20 ....each. .50 




No. 563 
Mop Wringer and Bucket 

Most perfect mop wringer made; 
wrings the mop dry with ease; bucket 
holds 14 quarts of water. 
Each $2.00 




Rubber Window Cleaner 



No. 334—12 in. long.. 
No. 335—14 in. long.. 



..each, 
.each. 



$0.25 
.30 



Rubber Floor Cleaner 



No. 

No. 



332- 
333- 



-14 in. long. 
-16 In. long. 



.each, $0.45 
.each, .60 




No. 416 Velox Polishing Block 

Complete with two lasts, for polisb 
lng all sizes of shoes. 
Each $1.25 

Shoe Polishing Cloths 

Made of double-faced material, which 
will not leave scratches on the leather 
surface. The smooth side will readily 
take up the surplus cleaner, while the 
flannel finish of the reverse side will 
produce a brilliant polish. 
No. 31 — Medium quality; size, 

5x24 per doz.. $0.25 

No. 32 — Extra quality; size. 

6x26 per doz.. .50 

No. 323 Bath Tub Scrub 

Extra large; also a good floor brush. 
Each $0.20 



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No. 705 Fiber Cuspidor 

Made of extra strong fiber; ex- 
tremely durable and light. Size, 
6x11% Inches. 

Each $0.95 

No. 714 — Same style; made of steel; 

porcelain enameled. 

Bach $1.25 




No. 711 Cuspidor 

Heavy spun brass; self-righting. 
Size, 7%x7 inches. 
Each $1.50 




No. 374 Hamper 

Metal, white enameled; 26 inches 
high, 12 inches square at top; sani- 
tary. The openings in the sides permit 
free circulation of air, preventing 
towels, etc., from becoming mouldy. 
Each $3.50 

No. 528 Waste Basket 

Metal, white enameled; 14 inches 
high, 13 inches wide at top. Sanitary; 
easy to handle. 
Each $2.00 




No. 534 Sanitary Cuspidor 

Not a nook or corner for germs 
to lurk in. Polished brass outside; 
inner receptacle made of enameled 
steel; easy to clean. Size, 5%xl0 
inches. 
Each $2.50 

No. 701 Cuspidor 

Has heavy flat weighted bottom; 
heavy gauge polished brass; very 
difficult to dent. Size, 8%x9 inches. 
Each $2.25 




No. 71 5 A Sanitary Cuspidor 

Steel, porcelain enameled. Thor- 
oughly sanitary; easy to clean. Size, 
9x8% inches. Has rubber feet. Will 
harmonize with your white furniture. 

Each $2.73 

No. 702 Enameled IronCuspidor 

White enameled inside, painted 
outside. Regular shape. Size, 6%xl0 
inches. 
Each $1.00 




No. 527 Waste Basket 

Made of solid steel wire, with 
center support. Height, 12% inches. 
Each $0.60 




No. 713 Sanitary Cuspidor 

Spun brass, nickel plated, remov- 
able top; durable and sanitary. Size, 
4x9 inches. 
Each $2.25 




No. 710 Cuspidor 

Heavy gauge brass; urn shaped; 
weighted base. Size, 10x7% inches. 
Each $2.00 




No. 375 Hamper 

24 inches high. For soiled towels. 
Each $2.25 

No. 4 Waste Basket 

Solid woven. Height, 12 inches. 
Each $0.65 

No. 1 Waste Basket 

Straight sticks. Height, 13% inches. 
Each $0.50 



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Books, Ledgers, Etc. 



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No. 695 Handbook 

A work on scientific modem chi- 
ropody. By Professor Joseph Rohrer. 
Illustrated. 

Each $1.50 



Write us for any book 

published. If in print we can 

supply it. 







No. 441 Barber's Ledger and Wage Computer 

It requires but little time to keep a correct record of 
a barber shop's receipts and disbursements by the simple 
method outlined in this excellent ledger. It contains spaces 
for records of fifty-two weeks, where quick comparisons 
can be made at a glance. Bound in the book is a Wage 
Computing Chart, which enables the foreman or proprietor 
to tell, without any figuring whatever, the amount due the 
workman who is paid on a percentage basis. Size, 4^x11 
Inches; neatly bound and printed on best grade paper. 
Each $0.50 



No. 691 The Skin 

A book that teaches how to treat 
the skin by electricity. A valuables 
work. 

Each $2.00 

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Toupees and Wigs 
For Gentlemen 




Gauze Toupee Foundation 

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| /f)\UR ventilated toupees j 

| ylhr are made of the finest | 

| material and workman- | 

| ship, in sanitary shops, by | 

| skilled artisans. We guar- | 

| antee a perfect fit where di- I 

| rections "How to measure | 

| and order" are carefully fol- | 

| lowed. | 

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How to Measure for a 

Toupee 

Cut a piece of paper the exact 
size and shape of the bald spot, 
also the measure around the head, 
and mention which side the parting 
Is on. Also state size hat worn. 
State in your instructions how you 
desire the hair, whether straight or 
curly, long or short. 

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I Toupee Paste 1 

| Stick Form § 

| Each $0.25 | 

| Toupee Plasters j 

| Box, 1 doz $0.25 I 

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Gentlemen's Toupees 

K703 — Gent's toupee, gauze founda- 
tion $25.00 

K704 — Grey gent's toupee, gauze 

foundation 30.00 

K705 — Gent's toupee, gauze founda- 
tion, with real hair lace parting. . . 35.00 

K706 — Grey gent's toupee, gauze 
foundation, with real hair lace 
parting 45. OO 

K707 — Gent's toupee, real hair lace 
parting; all ventilated; double 
knotted 50.00 

K708 — Grey gent's toupee, real hair 
lace parting; all ventilated; double 
knotted 60.00 

Gentlemen's Wigs 

Directions for Measurements of 
Gentlemen's Wigs 
No. 1. Round the head. 

No. 2. From hair on forehead to nape of neck. 
No. 3. From ear to ear, across the forehead. 
No. 4. From ear to ear, across the crown. 
No. 5. From temple to temple, around the back 

of the head. 

K 751— Gent's all weft wig $25.00 

K752 — Grey gent's all weft wig 30.00 

K753 — Gent's all ventilated wig 35.00 

K754 — Grey gent's all ventilated wig. . 40.00 
K755 — Gent's wig, gauze foundation. 

with real hair lace 45.00 

K 75G — Grey gent's wig, 

gauze foundation, with 

real hair lace.. .$50.00 ^'^.^m 

K757 — Gent's wig; real hair 

lace parting; all venti- 
lated; regular shade. 

$55. OO 
K758 — Grey gent's wig; real 

hair lace parting; all 

ventilated $00.00 

Terms 

Toupees and wigs are sold 
only for cash in full with 
order. In turn we guarantee 
absolute satisfaction to every 
purchaser. 



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All Ventilated Toupee Foundation 

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I VV gentlemen are made of I 

| finest quality genuine | 

| natural hair. The workman- j 

I ship gives them a perfectly | 

| natural effect. As a result | 

| our patrons are always j 

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| ^ Prices cover all shades. ■ 

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How to Order Toupees 

and Wigs 
Send sample of hair cut from the 
head. Select exact shade you want 
matched and pin to letter. When 
ordering a wig, mention style of 
wig desired. State whether the 
parting is to be on the left or right 
side, and whether you desire the 
wig of curly or straight hair. 

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| 4J We are headquarters for ■ 
I wigs and all hair goods re- | 
| quired by ladies. | 

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